After many months of battling anxiety, Pam had taken an overdose of pain medication and was rushed to hospital. Thankfully it wasn’t a fatal dose, and the next day she was transferred to a mental health unit for teens.
If you’re over the age of 25 and single, surely by now you’ve experienced at least some of the challenges of living an uncoupled life. But no matter your age, the recent months of mandatory isolation have only enhanced the challenge of being single.
These pandemic days have me reliving my early years of motherhood. Though my children are older now, their never-ending company leaves me freshly aware of how much motherhood requires of me. As I try to pound out coherent thoughts on the keyboard, I do so with the sound of sibling arguments echoing in the background.
Episode 471 | Pastor Adriel Sanchez and Dr. Bill Maier answer questions about sharing the faith with a Mormon friend, the extend of our sin, the absence of Jesus' Father at the crucifixion, the curse of Ham, and whether God ever reveals the person you are supposed to marry.
Even though all the evidence is to the contrary, we often seem to believe that life here on earth is—or at least ought to be—easy. In reality, however, life is hard—often very, very hard. That is, of course, exactly what the Bible leads us to expect.
As I was scrolling through my social media feed, I came across a post that broke my heart. A woman had just found out the baby she was carrying had died. I was filled with grief for this sister in Christ and for her family.