The Bible makes note of the human tendency to be “double minded.” Today we call it ambivalence. When we have strong feelings in several different directions at once, it tends to cause anxiety. The mind doesn’t like it. It’s not good for us spiritually, either. In this presentation, learn about how to identify and reduce ambivalence.
What is the difference between Shame and Guilt? Is it ever healthy to feel shame? Does what God says in scripture square with what psychology teaches about shame? In this presentation, consider how to develop a healthy sense of self.
Description: There is so much confusion about guilt. Besides the fact that it feels terrible, is it good for us or bad? Does it drag us down, or motivate us to change? What does the Bible say? What does modern psychology say? Consider this issue in Guilt - Mental Health and the Bible 7.
Are you, or someone you know, unreasonably afraid of flying, insects, needles, being touched, social situations, etc. If so, the, excessive, specific fear may be a phobia. God tells us 365 times in the Bible, “fear not.” Access this presentation to learn more about identifying and reducing phobias.
What does the Bible say about anger? Is it forbidden? You may be surprised to learn that the Bible’s stand on anger fits well with the new brain research about anger. Once again, science is aligning with what God tells us in scripture.
Jesus had a lot to say about anxiety. It’s not good for our faith to be anxious. Learn more about how to reduce anxiety and have more faith in this, our 4th episode in the series Mental Health and the Bible.
A long time ago, in a realm far away, there was a might battle waged against the forces of Good by the forces of Evil. The Bible provides an opaque view of this ancient event. Learn more about it in The Real Star Wars—the consequences that affect us all every day—and how the Good will soon prevail for all time.
Presidents, in the United States, are traditionally evaluated for their accomplishments after the first 100 days. The Bible tells us that Jesus Christ will return to the earth and make sweeping changes. What will it be like in His First 100 days?