Arise Blog

Category: Emotions

  • Using the Pandemic for Good

    We’re all experiencing something we’ve never encountered before, and it’s more than a little disconcerting. Here are a few ways we can we step outside our comfort zone and fill this time of heartache with hope.

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  • Fear of the Unknown

    Fear is the deadliest of emotions. It gets to us on every level of our being because we feel so vulnerable. Fear can’t be reasoned with. But thankfully God has given us another way to ride through times of adversity like the one we’re in now.

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  • The Sting of Loneliness

    What is it you need this moment? Emotional ease, gusty courage, divine stamina because your fortitude has given way? Loneliness shows itself in a myriad of ways but do you know the one who will never leave you?

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  • Close to the Brokenhearted

    Are you feeling brokenhearted? Do your circumstances overwhelm you, causing you to dig deep to even breathe? Are you emotionally distressed? Where should we turn when we’re crushed and downtrodden?

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  • Manage Your Expectations

    When you find yourself wishing the holiday season would come to a close before it ever begins, remember to manage your expectations with these 3 tips.

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  • Keep Going

    Do you ever feel like all the emotions ever hit at once...usually around the holidays? You're not alone. There’s a sisterhood of women raising children by themselves that dreamed of something different this holiday season. If that is you, trust that your circumstance is not a surprise to God.

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  • Ten Things Every Single Mom Needs to Know During the Holidays

    Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, but often it's a struggle for single parents to be merry. So what’s a mom to do in finding balance? Reviewing these reminders from Pam Kanaly will help you to experience Christmas in a fresh light!

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  • Waiting on God's Timing

    Can you imagine what would have happened if Noah had given up and left the safety of the ark? His patient endurance allowed God to finish what He began. Is there something you are waiting for? Are you growing impatient or holding steady?

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  • Exhausted From Sorrow

    There are seasons of life in which our hearts can’t take another blow. Have you ever experienced that kind of exhausting sorrow? In these times it is so important to look to Jesus. He is gently and compassionately encouraging us to press on.

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