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Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

Pamphlets

Depression: The Way Up When You Are Down

By Edward Welch

If you are one of the many people suffering from depression, there is hope and there is help a way up when you are down. This booklet provides manageable steps for getting started on the path that leads out of […]

Help! I’m Depressed

By Carol Trahan

A small book helping people who are experiencing depression. Troubling thoughts flood my mind. I lie in bed alone, beseeching God on behalf of my three children. The tears come as I wonder why the Lord seems so far away […]

Depression: The Sun Always Rises

By Margaret Ashmore

The periods of depression that we all share can range from having a bad day to grieving the loss of a loved one. Our fallen world harbors a broad spectrum of suffering that, while never the same for each individual, […]

Blogs

Spiritual Depression 24-Part Series [MP3]

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This is a collection of 24 sermons that Martyn Lloyd-Jones preached in 1954 on a subject that preachers rarely cover. This extremely helpful collection includes 10 sermons that are not in the book Spiritual Depression, which has become a Christian classic. […]

When You Hear, “I Can’t”

By Scott Mehl

“I can’t.” “I’ve hit my limit.” “It’s just too hard.” “This situation makes me respond that way.” “I can’t help myself.” If you’ve spent any amount of time ministering to others, I’m sure you’ve heard these kinds of statements. They […]

Audio Messages

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

Podcasts

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

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Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

Journal Articles

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

Worksheets

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness

By Edward Welch

Where Is God in the Struggle? Looking away from despair towards hope can feel risky. What if God doesn’t come through for you? What if you don’t feel instantly better? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic cure-all formulas, Edward […]

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

By Robert Somerville

“Some people say that Christians should never be depressed. I take issue with that, being a quadriplegic who has battled cancer and struggles daily with pain. I love my Savior, am passionate about His Gospel, and enjoy the ministry He […]

When the Darkness Will Not Lift

By John Piper

“It is utterly crucial that in our darkness we affirm the wise, strong hand of God to hold us, even when we have no strength to hold him.” John Piper Even the most faithful, focused Christians can encounter periods of […]

Christians Get Depressed Too

By David Murray

Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting […]

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

By Martyn-Lloyd Jones

This enduring collection of twenty-one sermons by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, each originally delivered at Westminster Chapel in London, carefully and compassionately analyzes an undeniable feature of modern society from which Christians have not escaped — spiritual depression. “Christian people,” writes […]

Seeing Depression Through the Eyes of Grace

By Julie Ganschow

For the person struggling with depression this book may be your first step on the journey back to joy. This is not just another book on depression, it is an interactive journey from despair to hope. As you read and […]

Spurgeon’s Sorrows

By Zack Eswine

Christians should have the answers, shouldn’t they? Depression affects many people both personally and through the ones we love. Here Zack Eswine draws from C.H Spurgeon, ‘the Prince of Preachers’ experience to encourage us. What Spurgeon found in his darkness […]

Rethinking Depression: Not a Sickness Not a Sin

By Daniel Berger

Diagnoses of depressive and bipolar disorders have reached epidemic proportions. The current psychiatric theories, approaches, and suggested remedies have together failed to resolve these human struggles despite technological advances and continued claims of validity and reliability. In fact, since its […]

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

By Mark Vroegop

This book seeks to restore the lost art of lament in order to help readers discover the power of honest wrestling with the questions that come with grief and suffering.

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