You know the Bible says “Don’t be afraid.” But sometimes anxious thoughts and feelings seem to overtake your heart and mind even when you don’t want them to. There are plenty of helpful scriptures for overcoming fear and anxiety.
Cable news, your email inbox, the county health department, social media, and even the loud-speaker at your grocery store are shouting “Wash your hands!” “Practice social distancing!” “Stay at home!” As a licensed medical doctor (OB-Gyn), I strongly recommend you follow those pieces of advice. But more broadly, how can you maintain your health during the COVID-19 pandemic?
If things are wonderful between you and your spouse, lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic may seem great; you’ve got more time together. But this season can stress even the best relationships, and lockdown with your spouse may feel more like a prison camp than a marriage retreat. So how can you deal with your marriage under lockdown?
Praying is a good thing. Always! For the believer prayer should be the first thing we go to. And yet we know that some prayers are more effective than others, at least to our human experience. So how should you pray during the COVID-19 crisis?
Stuck at home with your spouse? Date nights have become an important way husbands and wives in our culture stay connected. But during this season of voluntary or forced staying at home, it’s likely you can’t go out to eat, or to the movies, or any of the other activities you’re used to doing together. So here are some possibilities for Date Night In.