What fills your mind and heart when you face a crisis or experience pain? Many people panic, doubt God or are filled with fear. This article argues that when you face a crisis or pain in your life you need to consider the past instances where God demonstrated his power, so that your faith in Christ may be able to shine bright even in this hopeless world.
The author shows how 1 Peter, along with other Bible passages, helps believers to gain perspective on their suffering, so that in their suffering they come to know God in his love, mercy and grace.
This article identifies David’s fall into sin with Bathsheba as a consequence of his “midlife crisis,” and draws some lessons that can be learned, to help men who are experiencing such a crisis.
This article reminds the church that Christ has provided us with the resources that are needed to help people who have experienced trauma of one kind or another. The author offers several specific tips for dealing with trauma.
This article addresses the struggle of a person who has suffered trauma to find meaning in his or her experience. It provides advice for those who are called to come alongside those who suffer.
This article draws on Scripture to encourage those who are undergoing trials to trust in God.
The author encourages those experiencing tribulation by directing them to the joy that Christ holds out to believers.
This article provides solid biblical encouragement to those who are undergoing heavy trials.
This article reports that serving others has been shown to be helpful therapy for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress. The author notes that this lines up with biblical teaching about serving others.
This article offers practical instruction for helping those who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The author affirms the importance and benefits of biblical counseling.
This article offers clear and practical instruction, based on biblical principles, to those counselling people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The author provides a common course of counsel in such cases.
In this article, the author provides clear biblical insight and instruction for helping those who are caught up in a crisis.
This article offers some general insights and principles for providing care for people in crisis, and when the critical needs of members become chronic.
This article provides basic, practical advice that will be helpful for office-bearers and members who have the opportunity to minister to fellow believers dealing with a crisis in their lives.