A Christian Perspective on the World Today

mental health

Eating healthier for anxiety and depression

New research is showing that our mental health can be strongly influenced by the quality of our diet.

Your ally against debt and poverty: the Church

So many families are struggling financially, drowning in debt with no rescue in sight. Could the solution be as close as the church down the street?

Dealing with anxiety

Yes, anxiety is a real medical condition. But there are practical strategies and solutions that work.

Unhealthy obsession

You might have a friend who’s often teased for being a control freak. But the reality of obsessive compulsive disorder is no joke.

The healing power of green time

Darren Morton says that one way to lift your mood is simply to open your front door and step outside!

Stressed—and blessed!

Do you try to escape stress? Mikaela Borrott says that avoiding the issues that worry you could be doing you more harm than good.

Eat better, fight depression

Could switching to a healthier diet lift your mood? New research suggests the likely answer is Yes.

The brain-immune connection

Research shows what’s good for your brain is also good for your immune system.

The anti-depression diet

A simple change in diet can effect a change in our mental health.

Courage in a crisis

Suvi Mahonen’s two-year-old daughter was sick and getting worse, even after the first visit to the emergency room.

Life really is beautiful

Mood disorders affect us all to some extent. Lee Dunstan interviewed Graeme Frauenfelder, who experienced the worst—and won.

Listening to my hair grow

Taking a break when you’re overwhelmed by demands on your time, might be the best thing you can do.