Last month was Men's Health Month. Statistically, it is estimated that 1 in 10 men struggle with mental illness. However, men's diagnoses often go undiagnosed, as men are more likely to ignore or downplay their emotional wellbeing, rather than seek counsel and acceptance. The stigma against expressing their deepest feelings is so strong that men choose … Continue reading head meets heart.
"And so you became a model to all the believers...The Lord's message rang out from you...your faith in God has become known everywhere." - 1 Thessalonians 1:7-8 "In all our distress and persecution we were encouraged about you because of your faith." - 1 Thessalonians 3:7 This week I have been reading through 1 Thessalonians … Continue reading because of your faith.
This week I have been reading through Philippians, and I love how each time I visit a passage I get something new out of it -- generally depending on my circumstances and God knowing what I need to hear that day. Oftentimes I skim those introductory opening verses because they aren't really the "meat" of … Continue reading a safeguard.
Ten years ago I left a college in Florida that I had attended for three semesters. I returned home to Virginia to start school at George Mason University in January of 2009. I was a nervous wreck. I constantly questioned why I had been brought back home, whether Mason was the right place for me, … Continue reading control.
It's fairly custom to use the New Year holiday to reflect and set goals for the following year -- with most of the goals revolving around the purpose of becoming a better person. For me this type of reflection occurs everyday, multiple times a day in fact, and not in the most self-loving way. I … Continue reading resolutions.