Depression can feel like a wet blanket that weighs us down or a dark fog that keeps us from seeing clearly. It can lead us to feeling helpless and alone—even to the point of hiding our feelings because we’re afraid of being shamed or misunderstood.
But when we’re struggling, we have two choices: we can either sink even more deeply into our own sadness or—through God’s grace—we can seek help.
And today, help is on the way!
Best-selling author Steve Arterburn shares with us practical tools and a proven path to finding healing and joy.
As we talk about his book, 100 Days to Freedom from Depression: Daily Devotional, Steve explains the powerful, transforming effect God’s love has on your health. And he’ll share what you can do when negative emotions take the lead.
The God of light has not left us in the dark, sister, and today’s conversation will help you see the light that will renew your hope.
So, if you’ve found yourself in a season of sadness or are struggling with depression, it’s time to break free. Listen to this episode of the podcast, and let the hope begin.
Stephen Arterburn is the Founder and Chairman of New Life Ministries—the nation’s largest faith-based broadcast, counseling, and treatment ministry—and is the host of the New Life Live! broadcast.
He is the author and co-author of over one hundred books, with 12 million in print, including Every Man’s Battle and The Life Recovery Bible. Steve also founded the Women of Faith conferences attended by over five million women.
He has degrees from Baylor University and The University of North Texas as well as two honorary doctorate degrees and is currently completing his doctoral studies in Christian counseling.
Steve currently serves as the teaching pastor of one of the largest churches in America, Northview Church in Carmel, Indiana, where he resides with his family.
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