Hope in My Pocket

It was a long cold winter that year. I felt sure it would never end. The sun finally emerged one day, but it was still a bit cool so I pulled out my favorite yellow spring jacket. I reached into the pocket and to my surprise I found a $20 bill. I must have knownContinue reading “Hope in My Pocket”

A Prayer for Bryan

We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us. C.S. Lewis, Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer, chap. 4, para. 15, p. 22. If you’ve been a visitor to Broken Believers blog for very long, you may have notice a drop off in the number of posts overContinue reading “A Prayer for Bryan”

The Stigma of Mental Illness, (we found dog poop in the living room!)

Robin Williams’ recent suicide has risen the awareness of many people. Over 70% who commit suicide are mentally ill. One out of five Americans will experience a mental disorder during their lifetime.  But, people can get better.  With proper treatment, most people with a mental illness recover quickly, and the majority do not need hospitalContinue reading “The Stigma of Mental Illness, (we found dog poop in the living room!)”

Our Great Physician

I wrote this poem the other day for ‘Thankful Thursday’ on my own blog. Knowing that many who visit Broken Believers struggle with illness and pain, I thought this would be good to share here as well. There are plenty of cracked clay pots around this place, and God is in the business of usingContinue reading “Our Great Physician”