Depression & Anxiety

Wretched Extremes: The ‘Always’ and ‘Never’ of Suicide

Extremes of wretchedness. Charles Spurgeon once said, “I am the subject of depressions of spirit so fearful that I hope none of you ever get to such extremes of wretchedness as I go to.” Suicidal ideations often begin in the crosshairs of extremes, where always and never intersect. The wretched “always be this way” and […]

New Biblical Resource Guide For Depression Available for Download

When depression strikes, clarity is hard to come by. It can often be overwhelming to determine what steps to take for treatment and recovery. As Christians, there is often an element of shame or lack of understanding about the issue, and this confusion leaves everyone involved feeling helpless and hopeless for change. Walking Through the […]

Walking Through the Dark Part II: Live Video Series on Depression

Can real Christians experience real depression? Could being depressed be a sign that they aren’t a child of God? Is the Christian’s ultimate goal wellness and recovery, or is there something deeper God is doing through our pains? (click here to watch Part II on YouTube) In this session of Walking Through the Darkness, I […]
How do I handle depression in motherhood

How to Handle Walking Through Depression (Thrive Moms Video)

Walking through depression can be a dark, deep, lonely season of life–especially for mothers. It’s a topic I’ve written about in a number of ways, and a battle I continue to fight against by faith with every ounce of strength I am afforded by the Spirit. In this most recent video feature at Thrive Moms, […]