No matter what you are dealing with now, God has the answer already. As we navigate these dark times, persevere in hope and prayer.
Advent is a beautiful time of waiting and preparation to receive the Infant King who will deliver the world from sin and death.
As we see more people becoming discouraged all around us, join us in becoming an encourager and spreading hope.
You won’t be able to see the hand of God, if you focus on the fist of the enemy. Having anxiety about the future is common and understandable…but exactly what Jesus tells us not to do.
LMHC Allison Ricciardi discusses ways to maintain hope when things seem hopeless. It’s more than simply waiting for feelings to kick-in. You can be proactive.
LMHC Allison Riccardi shares a lesson of the importance of not supporting platforms that violate our First Amendment rights to free speech—especially when there are other options.
It’s easy to become bitter, vengeful, and to yield to fear and anxiety. But don’t let evil people turn you into a person you don’t want to be.
For those experiencing the pain of abortion know there is hope and healing. Allison Ricciardi, LMHC shares words to ease hurt.
As we make our way through Advent toward the holy event of the birth of Jesus, we find the days and the world becoming darker.
In the light of current events, we’re seeing the difference between hope and faith. Many have hope but it’s easily dashed. What we need is faith and that faith has to be in God alone.
Learn how to balance imploring God’s mercy while also praying for His justice during these trying times.
We live in an unpredictable world. As Christians, we are not immune to feelings of anxiety from facing a health crisis such as the Coronavirus outbreak or other life-changing events as the death of a spouse or other loved one, workplace complications, financial problems, etc…. However, the phrase “fear not” is used over 80 times in the Scriptures because fear decreases our hope when we face difficult trials.
When we lose someone or something we tend to experience significant pain and suffering. As a therapist, I encounter people dealing with grief and loss on many levels.
The messages of Our Lady of Fatima gave us not only warnings, but a promise.
Well it’s that time of year again…what should I give up for Lent? Most of us tend to do the same thing year after year…chocolate, coffee, beer.
As we begin this New Year, we stand looking forward at a fresh onset to the coming year, while looking backwards at what we’ve experienced in the year behind us.
This time of year, as we go through the seasons of Fall into Winter, provides us with so many opportunities for joy and family time as well as a focus on giving and receiving. Typically, this is a time of year that we find peace in seeing so much good among people.