Finding Hope at 3am: Embracing God’s Beauty in a Dark Place

By: Carin Weier Have you ever found yourself awake at 3am, with your head spinning? I lived there for years. Whether it was lingering thoughts from the day before or the anxiety of what the next day would bring, 3am often became a battleground in my mind. Sitting in that darkness, I felt like my […]

Beyond the Season: Nurturing a Heart of Gratitude

By: Dr. Wesley Northey This is the season of Thanksgiving. A wonderful holiday time for us to come together with loved ones  and family, eat way too much food, and hopefully, amidst all of busy-ness and travel, recognize the many  blessings we have in our lives to be thankful for.  While this is great to […]

Celebrating the Climb: Finding Joy in Each Step

By: Ryan Hebron Do you ever feel like you’re climbing a mountain towards some far-off goal? I know I do. My dreams often feel so big, so daunting, that I barely know where to start. Whether it’s becoming CEO, running a marathon, entering full-time ministry, or traveling the world, those major accomplishments can seem impossibly […]

Empowering Self-Talk

By: Dr. Wesley Northey Have you ever considered the way you speak to yourself, about yourself, when you’re by yourself? For many years, I was a very harsh personal critic; never meeting my own expectations and feeling like no matter what I did, it was never enough. Like many of us, I was guilty of […]

Suicide Prevention and The Power of Connection

By: Susan Browning Schulz San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge was built in 1937, since then over 2,000 people have jumped to their deaths from this iconic spot. Of the thousands, only one percent has survived. One of those survivors, Kevin Hines, is now an advocate for suicide prevention and mental health. He often shares in […]

Together, We Can Fight to Prevent Suicide

By: Deb Bryant Blue lights pulsating outside my window. A knock at the door. Neighbors concerned looks. Devastating news that leaves an aftermath of pain and heartache, I could have never imagined. My question, “Why?” goes unanswered. Thoughts of, “If only”, and “I should have noticed the signs” are haunting me. Friends don’t know what […]

Breaking Free: Ending the Cycle of Lies

By: Bryan Flanery Growing up I knew that it was wrong to tell a lie. I wasn’t raised in the church, nor did I have an idea of what faith was, still I inherently grasped the wrongness of lying. Did that stop me from lying? Not at all, but I knew that it was wrong […]

Breaking: Our Default Response to Trauma

By Scott Mcpherson At REBOOT Combat Recovery and REBOOT First Responders, we talk about how trauma is our intersection with the brokenness of the world.  Anyone who has served in combat or as a first responder knows all too well what trauma looks and feels like.  The question is: what do we do with what […]

Willie Miller: Life After Service and Trauma

What are we to do with what we have attained when we are done serving? What are we to do with the trauma we’ve experienced in service and the baggage that it drops into our lives?

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