When new moms can’t stop worrying
“Considering the physically seismic and pervasively life-altering experience that is childbirth, it should be no surprise that the experience can create conditions that might foster mental and emotional disorders such as depression and anxiety. And in the words of Dr. Dana Gossett, the study’s senior author, women who suffer such symptoms should be reassured “to hear that their thoughts and behaviors are very common and should pass.” But that doesn’t mean they should be ignored.”
It’s the little things; OK, it’s the big things too
One of the best ways of dealing with all the emotions surrounding bereavement is to name them, articulate them, describe them, etc. No one gives a better example of how to work this out in such a moving and edifying way that R.C. Sproul Jr. This dear brother continues to do the Christian community great service by his honest and transparent sharing of his journey through the valley of the shadow.
How busy people find time to think deeply
Ben Casnocha shares six strategies.
Illustrating Racial Insensitivity in Black & Tan
Thabiti uses Black & Tan to help us detect our often subtle racial insensitivity.
Abandonment and Abundance
Horrific then wonderful story about how a young Christian women saved the life a teenage mom’s baby from being aborted.
Why ministers need the wilderness
“As I’ve gone through seminary for a few years now I am becoming convinced that students should have to spend at least one semester in the furnace of suffering before we can graduate.”