Emily and Max got help in a flash when they attempted to get Max's picture taken for his passport.
How can we prepare our children for change when we know it is coming? Here are several steps you can take to decrease anxiety.
As I've started to believe His Word, I can testify that He has given me more and made life better, even as bigger challenges arise. It actually can get better for us who believe.
Sometimes it is tough to the see the bright side. It’s hard to be positive in a challenging situation, but doing so allows me to see the tiny ways God is working in my life. When I look on the bright side, I allow hope to grow and crush those seeds of discouragement.
The what ifs, the needs, the sleepless nights—they can drive us to where Jesus is waiting with open arms for rest when the weight of this love gets too heavy.
There is an antidote to the discouragement we sometimes feel as parents of kids with special needs and emotional disorders. The antidote is praise. Psalms 117 and 100 make it clear. Praise works!