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Let’s face it – life hurts. Especially when you’ve been wounded by trauma, tragedy, toxic relationships or chronic pain.
But there is still hope when life feels hopeless.
Discover a new way to think and live that will deepen your faith, increase your well-being and help you persevere on difficult days.
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The world is hurting. Again. If we’re honest, we’re all having a difficult time with something right now. And after everything we’ve experienced in the last two years, how could we not? Maybe your heart is broken by what you see on the news. Or you’re feeling the financial pressure with rising prices here at…Read More
As I wrapped my fingers around the warm morning mug, the wind froze my face, but I didn’t even care. It was the most breathtaking view I had ever seen. Our balcony sported 180 degrees of majestic mountains and deeply trenched lochs. Dark indigos and violets cascaded across the sky, casting a display of shadows…Read More
Lately, interactions with others have felt more like a cold shoulder than a warm hug. Quarantine may be long gone but loneliness hangs around my soul like a morning fog. These last 18 months have been hard on us all. Though we’ve regained a sense of normalcy, it feels like something has shifted at its…Read More
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Unhealthy thinking patterns can keep you stuck in a loop of anxiety and depression. But with the right tools, you can change your mind.
Discover how to renew your thoughts, stay grounded in truth and increase peace on difficult days.
Rachel Boulos is a freelance writer living with the everyday challenges of chronic illness and trauma recovery. She provides a biblical framework and practical tools for believers suffering from chronic physical and psychological pain so that they can experience hope and healing when life hurts. Rachel has an M.A. in Spiritual Formation & Discipleship from Moody Bible Institute and her award-winning work is featured by (in)courage, Alliance Church, and as part of the Brave Women Series. Rachel loves to travel, explore the outdoors, meet new people, and will find any excuse for a coffee date.
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