“He didn’t make it!” my sister howled between hysterical sobs, groans, and gasps for air. “He didn’t make it. This isn’t happening.
Are you a caregiver or someone seeking hope amidst grief? The following resources can help equip, uplift, and strengthen you for the journey.
If you find yourself feeling lonely this Valentine’s Day, don’t beat yourself up. The truth is, we are made for relationship, for companionship, for intimacy.
from The Book of Amazing Stories by Robert Petterson
As he studied letters written by a jailed apostle some 1,900 years earlier, he realized that his hope wasn’t in how much he loved others but in how much his Savi
We are not mistakes in a vast, seemingly meaningless universe.
This article was adapted from Hope Always: How to Be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide by Matthew Sleeth, MD.
Here are twelve ways that you can encourage someone who is feeling depressed or suicidal.
Love is always stronger than hate, and God’s love is stronger than anything.
The following article is an adapted excerpt from US Senator, Tim Scott, and his co-authored book, Unified.
How to Pursue Peace in Times of Political Unrest: What MLK’s Famous Speech Can Teach Us about Responding to Recent Events
We have a dream, too . . . that one day we will truly be united as a country, marked not by unrest and division but by a common commitment to uphold the dignity and freedom of all under the God who created us equal.
By Matt Freeman
The Arc turns 3 in the new year! We thank God for you, your loyal readership, and the thoughts you’ve shared about your favorite posts. 2020 has been quite the year (major understatement, right?).