Comfort

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How God Comforted Me in the Midst of Pain

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Nobody told me how hard it was going to be. Nobody told me about the emotional roller-coaster ride I would go on after hearing the words of the emergency room doctor, “Your daughter needs immediate attention at a larger hospital.”

God Is With Me In My Panic Attacks

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It was just like any other Saturday night, and I was hanging out with my friends after the church service.

When God's Promises Don't Mean Very Much

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I was standing at the precipice of a new season, nervously anticipating the last day of my salaried job and the dreaded world of freelancing that awaited me after. It wasn’t a career move that I’d chosen. But the company wasn’t doing well, so I’d been retrenched.

Finding Comfort On The Trail of Life

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Title: Finding Comfort On The Trail of Life Artwork by: McKenna…

3 Tips to Comfort a Friend

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The older we get, the more likely we are to face trials; call it growing up, if you will. And even if trials don’t plague us, we’re bound to hear of loved ones who have to face them.

I Have Depression and This Is What I Want You to Know

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Title: I Have Depression And This Is What I Want You To Know Materials: Illustration Artwork…

My Job Hunt Led Me to Something Else

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Nobody ever told me that life after graduation would feel like this. I thought graduation was about getting myself a job. But as my job hunt dragged on longer than I expected, I started to feel increasingly anxious and lost. Not finding a job after graduation felt like a form of failure.

I Want a Comfortable Life—Anything Wrong?

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What is a comfortable life? Is it having just enough to live, a little bit more than enough, or much more than you need? Over the years, the definition of a comfortable life has changed.

ODJ: Visiting Jesus

I’m the point person for the visitation team at my church. This means that I visit people in the hospital, at their homes and in care homes. I also solicit volunteers to go out and visit others and provide encouragement, spiritual conversations and prayer. Being ill can be a lonely path for many—especially the elderly. Yet younger people can also contract serious illnesses and experien