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The more we focus on the things outside our control, the more we feel overwhelmed. The more we focus on the promises of God and ask for the intervention of the Holy Spirit, the more we can feel God's peace. Use these resources to train your mind to seek peace and pursue it.

  • by Darris McNeely
The Bible foretells a rise of disease epidemics and other calamities, but it also foretells mass panic. Put your trust where you should and don’t give in to fear. 
  • by Robert H Berendt
Many people carry loads that are heavy, but invisible.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Where did the term “worry warts” come from? Apparently an old cartoonist coined the term to name a character who caused other to worry.
  • by Gary Petty

You don’t need to be a slave to anxiety! Find out important and powerful...

  • by Nathan Albright
Sitting in a doctor’s office a few days after my 25th birthday, I waited to find out what was wrong with my feet after my first gout attack. Instead, I found out that I was being diagnosed with major depression as well as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, instantly tripling in one fell swoop the number of mental illnesses I was struggling with.
  • by Ben Light
Unchecked fear and anxiety can lead us down a dark path. But it doesn't have to be this way. A relationship with your Creator can help you deal with stress in a healthy way.
  • by John LaBissoniere
Fear—that raw emotion of dread, terror, fright or panic—can be pervasive. If uncontrolled, fear can drown out reason, facts and faith. Can it be defeated?
  • by Darris McNeely

There's a lot to worry about today. How do you handle it?