As a Christian therapist, I’m obsessed with wellbeing. But I prefer a different word for it: shalom. Isaiah 11 paints a breath-taking image of shalom in action. This utopic world is complete with wolves and lambs chilling together in the same meadow, God’s people having a big family reunion after being scattered to every corner […]

Heavenly Father, we recognize You speak comfort, comfort to Your people (Isa. 40). Though anxiety seizes us and melancholy infiltrates our days, You whisper tender words to us. We believe You are near to all who call upon You in truth (Psalm 145:18). If we turn from our distractions and cry out, You are within […]

Guest Post by Rachel Williams I’ve always liked mazes. Corn mazes, ornate hedge mazes around castles in Europe, superhero mazes in coloring books. In Tennessee, where I’m from, corn mazes were a frequent part of fall festivities. It was fun to feel lost in a familiar place, to see the field from the outside, a […]