We can all use a little help sometimes. If you or someone you love is struggling with anxiety and or depression, please reach out. Don’t be afraid to seek help. You are not alone.
Counselors and Help
Lucy Ann Moll
Lucy offers biblical counseling via in-person or Skype.
General Christian Counseling Services, New Life Clinics
National Suicide Hotlines
Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-827-7571
Books I Recommend on Anxiety, Fear and Depression
|Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety Becoming a Woman of Faith & Confidence
By Elyse FitzpatrickFear and worry are surprisingly common and paralyzing emotions for many women today. In fact, even those who have been Christians for years find themselves battling difficult and often overwhelming concerns–concerns about marital strife, rebellious children, problems in the workplace or at home, serious health issues, financial difficulties, and much more. God knew worry would be a very real problem. He addresses the issue in the Bible many times, giving practical guidance that is the only true solution to our fears and worries. Women will find comfort and encouragement as they learn from the transparent, real-life examples of others who have struggled with anxiety, including the author herself. A warm, friendly, and solidly biblical book that helps women to cast their cares upon God and be filled with complete confidence for every circumstance in life.
|Unafraid: Trusting God in an Unsafe World
By Susie Davis, Are worry and doubt your constant companions? Davis understands. She was besieged by unrelenting fear after she witnessed a classmate gun down a teacher in 1978. How did she break free from anxiety? How can you? Sharing insights from Scripture and her own experience, she equips you to trust God completely – and embrace the peace that passes understanding. Includes Discussion Questions and Study Guide.
|What Women Fear: Walking in Faith That Transforms
By Angie Smith, A woman’s fears can keep her from experiencing a loving relationship with her God. Ever since Satan tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, we’ve been afraid our actions might cause us to miss out on the beautiful things of life. In What Women Fear Angie Smith blends her personal experience with those of men and women in Scripture to help readers start dealing with their own fears. Whether you have a fear of rejection, betrayal, death, or even God, Jesus can redeem the situation and in the process transform you. Begin your journey today.
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