No church. No worship. No fellowship, gatherings, celebrations, ministries and evangelizing. Nothing. For just about everyone, the Christian mission field has been devastated by the pandemic. If we can't go out into the world, how are we supposed to reach the people who live in it? If we can't fellowship with other believers, how are… Continue reading Faith, Family, and Fear: Redefining the Mission Field During COVID-19
One of the things I struggle with on a daily basis is the fact that while I may be an extremely sensitive person, a lot of the people I encounter on a daily basis are not. This doesn't mean that they are rude or mean or even careless - it just means that our standards… Continue reading Sensitive Communication with Insensitive People: A Guide
The world has changed. One could argue that the world is always changing - but it is impossible to ignore how drastically everything has changed for everyone in just a few months. And now that we are starting to re-emerge from our shelter-in-place lives, there are so many questions that need to be answered. I… Continue reading The New Normal: Anxiety and Adjusting to a Brave New World
Sometimes it can be difficult for a person to seek help when they have a mental health issue, and the reasons vary: they may feel pressure from their friends and family to not seek help, they may see the issue as taboo, they might not feel that they need to seek help, just to name… Continue reading Mental Illness: An Issue of Faith?
Here on the Anxious Introvert we actively avoid engaging in polarizing conversations, because we believe in content that is uplifting and encouraging for everyone, not just those who actively believe what we believe. As writers, this is something we practice in our day-to-day lives as well, not just on the internet - but is this… Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask Before Arguing Online