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 […]

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My Name is Beloved: Finding Identity in Mental Illness by Christine Chappell

My Name is Beloved: Finding Identity in Mental Illness

I was privileged to share a piece of my heart at John Piper’s website DesiringGod.org last September, after a traumatic hospitalization and diagnosis of bipolar disorder II. If you or a loved one battles the weaknesses arising from mental illness, I would invite you to take a moment to read and reflect upon God’s mercy, compassion, and […]

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5 Steps to Fighting Emotional Strongholds | Christine M. Chappell

5 Steps to Fighting Emotional Strongholds (I Choose Brave Feature)

Thankful for the invitation to write for Katie Westenberg and her powerful blog I Choose Brave. This article dives into a message I delivered at the Made Well Women’s Conference last year as well as a podcast interview I recorded with Tiffany Milligan Castleberry of A Mom’s Mission Field. If you’re accustomed to saying you […]

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“Stop Struggling, Start Fighting” A Mom’s Mission Field Podcast Interview

Having a hard day of motherhood? Walking through a dark spiritual valley? Finding yourself in a fall/winter season of marriage? I’m so thankful for the opportunity to talk about REAL & HARD things with Tiffany at A Mom’s Mission Field in this new podcast episode. In the episode, I share a bit of background about my book, […]

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How to Love Your Spouse Through Depression (GMP Feature)

I was recently asked to compose an article for Kathy Rushing at The Good Marriage Project . In the article, I share about how spouses can best support their loved ones who are suffering through cycles of depression. I also include 5 things a spouse can say to a sufferer to help them through the darkness. For additional […]

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