PART 1: Did you know that Charles Spurgeon, one of history’s greatest preachers, suffered from depression? Find out how he dealt with it and how his experience can help people facing the same affliction today.

PART 2: Back-to-school time is usually an exciting season for families. Not this year. During a COVID-19 Summer, kids and parents are needing new ways to deal with anxiety over the uncertain road ahead.

PART 3: Jesus never said his followers would be free from pain in this lifetime. He does, however, give us grace in our time of need.

PART 4: When it comes to helping sufferers, sometimes our words can do more harm than good. Even when our intentions are good, it’s important to imitate the empathy and compassion of Christ.

PART 5: What do you need most this Summer? As many are struggling with depression and loneliness, we could all use a fresh perspective on how to love the Lord and know he loves and cares for us.

PART 6: As conflict among Christians intensifies, pastors and churchgoers are confronted with a growing concern … How do we better care for our souls in a time like this?

PART 7: How many of us have felt paralyzed in the last few months? Unable to do anything, unable to go anywhere. But it goes deeper than that. We can also be paralyzed with fear. Discover how God—the Great Physician—can meet our every need when you listen.

PART 8: Depression is a deep-seated human experience that many of us face every day. But not all depression and sorrow look the same.

PART 9: It can be easy to treat people like projects that need to be fixed. But that’s not the way the Lord sees his creation. Find out how the Great Physician handles suffering when you listen.

PART 10: Modern medicine can help people get over many things, but how do you care for a person’s soul? For Christians, we take our cues from Jesus.

PART 1: Spurgeon’s Sorrows
August 10, 2020
PART 2: Back-to-School Anxiety
August 11, 2020
PART 3: Grace in Suffering
August 12, 2020
PART 4: The Help That Harms
August 13, 2020
PART 5: A Fresh Perspective
August 14, 2020
PART 6: Church Conflict
August 17, 2020
PART 7: The Great Physician
August 18, 2020
PART 8: The Many Faces of Depression
August 19, 2020
PART 9: How God Handles Suffering
August 20, 2020
PART 10: Faithful Friend
August 21, 2020

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