Jesus doesn’t dismiss our fears. He spends much time telling his disciples that we’ll experience much that drives to the hearts of our anxieties. And he goes to the very heart of fear itself, experiences it all, and emerges victorious, for us. From Winn Collier. “Incarnation is the place,” says Kathleen Norris, “where hope contends …

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This is an article by Brad Hambrick, published by the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. These ten types of thinking are described as fuelling the depressive-anxious experience. From personal experience they certainly resonate. It would be helpful to understand that this is not a matter of identifying these in others …

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