Using Weapons that Fight Depression

If you or your spouse is battling with depression, you know the horrible control it can have over your life. Unless someone has lived with it, it’s almost impossible to describe the depth of pain and isolation a depressed person can sink into. That is why we have to fight Read More…

S/He is Depressed. What Do I Do?

One thing I hear a lot from both husbands and wives is, “I just don’t know how to help.” When your hubby comes home from a rough day or your bride is in the middle of a meltdown from what appears to be nothing… what do you do? Of course Read More…

Depressed and Sometimes Burned Out Missionaries

“Missionaries and Christian workers don’t get depressed.” True? No. Even though many people think that they wouldn’t be, couldn’t be, or shouldn’t be… the fact is that there are many who experience depression just like any other person. And the reason is because they’re human, not super-human.

Depression in Marriage – MM #40

One of the “silent” killers of marital intimacy is depression. It’s so deadly that we will address it through an article written by Dr. Todd Linaman. Dr. Linaman is a licensed psychologist, a certified marriage and family therapist (a friend of ours) and President of Relational Advantage, Inc. found at Read More…

What To Do While Waiting Instead Of Worrying

“Dearest sister of perseverance and patience, may you find the strength, without worrying, to wait. Whether you are waiting for resolutions to annoying small things, stressful important issues, or the anxiety-laden challenges of life, know that your own personal courage and endurance will carry you through and that God will Read More…

OVERCOMING DEPRESSION: A Bible Study

“Fits of depression come over the most of us. Cheerful as we may be, we must at intervals be cast down. The strong are not always vigorous, the wise not always ready, the brave not always courageous, and the joyous not always happy.” –Charles Hadden Spurgeon When one is attacked Read More…

Spouse Depressed: What Can You Do?

On your wedding day you could never imagine that depression could cloud your lives to the degree it can. Depression can take your spouse hostage and change how they conduct their lives and how they interact with you. It can also confuse and frustrate you. You want to help but Read More…