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  • by Steve Myers

We are all focused on a physical health threat. But how can we improve our...

  • by Steve Myers

Christ's instruction for us not to worry brings out a lesson in the cause of...

  • by United Church of God
Have you ever wondered why we don't see more evidence of faith?
  • by Gary Petty

Anxiety affects an alarming portion of the population. Gary Petty begins a...

  • by Robert H Berendt
A person once noted that if you feed your faith, your worries will starve to death.
  • 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 Mary Jackson
Never allow the worries of tomorrow or the regrets of your past stop you from enjoying the present.
  • by Angie Wilson
I was helping a young rider tighten her horse's girth at a 4-H horse camp when a small voice behind me asked, "Will you walk alongside my horse? He's jumpy today."
  • by United Church of God
God wants us to get the most out of everything—even something as simple as food.
  • by Rodney Hall
The apostle Paul made it abundantly clear that without faith it is impossible to please God (Hebrews 11:6-7). Yet we all lack faith from time to time. The Bible outlines at least four major enemies of faith that we need to avoid.