Lauren Daigle is an American Christian singer and songwriter. She has won numerous Grammy, Billboard Music, GMA Dove and American Music Awards, but you would never guess that her success was birthed through two years of illness that had her bedridden when she was just fifteen.
Understanding that we are children of God, and the hope that brings us, can help us better manage and tackle mental health issues.
There are many people who know that there are issues from their past that are profoundly holding them back in their lives.
1 in 5 Australians experience mental illness at some point in their lives. According to the latest census, if you share an office with 12 people, 1 person will have long term mental health issues.
Up to 10 times more people are suffering from depression now than in 1945.
When Elijah reached his lowest point, God told him two things. (1) ‘Go out and stand before Me on the mountain.’ He helped Elijah to stop thinking about himself and his problems and start thinking about God.
We all get despondent from time to time. It can happen on the heels of a great success or victory. Counsellors say that for every high there is a corresponding low.
Some people stay in hopeless situations their whole lives without ever making a decision to seek God’s power to get through them.
The Lord will take every negative thing that’s happened to you and turn it into something positive, if you’ll only work with Him and trust Him.
There are times in life when the best thing you can do is cry out to God from the depths of your being.
Random thoughts may be temporarily upsetting, but they don’t produce lasting anxiety or depression.
Your stomach is in knots, you feel as though an elephant is sitting on your chest, you’ve got the jitters and your thoughts are running amok. Where can you find relief?