(RNS) — A new study by the Christian research firm Barna Group suggests faith can be an asset when dealing with mental health concerns.
(RNS) — You may not follow a religion, David Zahl says. But chances are your life — from your phone to your dinner plate to the way you raise your kids — is still ruled by some sort of a religious impulse.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — People the Brunsons had known testified against him, but Andrew Brunson said, 'It's not an option not to forgive; we are required to as Christians.'
Writer Rachel Marie Stone has dealt with anxiety since childhood. Sometimes her faith made it worse with a he-sees-you-when-you're-sleeping Jesus. In her new memoir, she talks about an adult faith that calms her fearful heart and helps her shift the narrative.
"Thank God for psychologists and Lexapro," writes Jonathan Merritt. "Without them, I might be dead today."
The son of a popular Christian author talks about his struggle to embrace his uniqueness.
(RNS) 'Many of the patients,' a researcher observed, 'would say something like, ‘Now I’ve experienced the death of the body, so I’m not so afraid.’ They get through it. They come out the other side.'
Many of us are anxious parents; inclined toward the 'helicopter' variety. But new research suggests overparenting, overeducating, and overworrying isn't helping us. Time to have faith in the kids.
A prominent pastor admits his mental health problems and battle with suicidal thoughts while encouraging struggling Christians to consider antidepressants.
"And can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life?" (Matt. 6:27)
Grammy-nominated Bart Millard of "MercyMe" speaks honestly about how he's found hope in the midst of hurts.