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How would you respond if a doctor told you they are going to prescribe something to help you cope with your emotions or your racing or depressive thoughts?
Some expert advice to help us improve our services.
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Her reflective songwriting helps us mature in faith, argues veteran columnist John Stackhouse
We are all alike in the core pain of what we are experiencing, writes Tim Huff. We are lonely for one another.
Christian sociologist Todd Martin reflects on resilience during Covid-19
“Take it seriously, take it easy, take it to the Lord.”
As a temporary layoff shifts to a permanent one, will making the right choices restore some balance and make me feel safe?
Just before American Thanksgiving The New York Times asked its readers to tell what they were thankful for. Ten thousand people responded.
What do we make of the challenges in pastoral care and discipleship exposed by the pandemic? Ottawa pastor Doug Ward reflects.
Veteran columnist John Stackhouse recommends "Wouldn’t You Love to Know"
“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love,” as Mother Theresa, who devoted her life to serving poor people in India, once said.
Maritime pastor Jim Molloy shares how his disastrous first sermon turned out to be a blessing and taught him something vital. Reprinted with permission from Sage magazine.
Professor Bill Strom reflects on his study "Weathering Well: Relational Resilience During the Covid-19 Lockdown."
As it was with Hagar in her wilderness, God comes to find us asking us the same questions: Where have you come from? Where are you going? A reflection by Elaine Pountney.