Depression & Godly Sorrow

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Psychologist and author Martin Seligman calls depression, “the common cold of psychiatry.” Almost everyone will be affected by depression, either their own or someone one else’s. Why do so many people struggle with it? What does the Bible have to say about it? What is the difference between depression and godly sorrow?

This Sunday we’ll be taking a look at what the Bible says about depression and godly sorrow. We want you to know that there is hope and there is help. God cares and He has the prescription that heals and saves.

The love, goodness, grace, and mercy of God are to be shared. Jesus Christ said that He came, “that they may have life and have it abundantly.” (John 10:10) We want you to experience a life that is full of joy and promise. Come and join us at either the 9:00 or 11:00 AM services this week. A nursery is provided during the message at both services and our children’s ministry, Kingdom Quest, meets during the 11:00 service for children ages 3-12. We look forward to seeing you there.