If you don't learn how to handle anger, you will constantly hurt others.
No matter what issue you are facing, you can have a clear sense of where change is needed in your life and what that change should look like.
How does the gospel bring real and lasting change into people's lives? A Q&A with Paul David Tripp and Tim Lane.
God's Word is filled with many good, useful, and true things that are meant to help you in your struggle with worry and fear.
When your allegiance is to something other than God, you will simultaneously feel both in control and out of control.
Imagine hiding a secret for 21 years.
Seventy percent of abuse victims are abused before the age of 17.
Keeping a secret is difficult.
Sexual abuse is at epidemic levels.
Does the sexual abuse you suffered make you feel like a disgrace?
Sexual abuse. Even the word makes us cringe.
Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia in older adults and, unfortunately, there is no cure.
If someone you know struggles with Attention Deficit Disorder, then you’ll want to join us today when biblical counselors David Powlison and Ed Welch, answer Dennis Rainey’s questions about ADD.
What is depression?
Is there a link between chemical imbalances and the way we behave?
Does your marriage forecast look gloomy?
Has someone maliciously hurt you or someone you love?
Where do you turn when you’re in pain?
She should have died, but she was alive.
On the outside she looked like a typical teen.
One out of every six women will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime.
Life was good for Rosemary Trible until the unthinkable happened.
Are all conflicts created equal? Not necessarily, especially if you’re in a toxic relationship, according to Christian counselor Leslie Vernick.
Are you in an emotionally destructive relationship? Would you know if you were?
In the United States, 1.3 women are raped every minute. Hear Wendy share how she overcame her fear and even found forgiveness for her attacker.
Trial lawyer Wendy Blight worked for three firms before she had children. The biggest trial she ever faced, however, had nothing to do with court.
Her college graduation had been fabulous but something horrible was waiting for her just around the corner.
Childhood sexual abuse brought a ripple effect to Cheryl Tuggle’s marriage.
A married woman recounts the sexual and emotional abuse of her past.