Beating cynicism during the holidays, plus more on taming the anxiety monster, and when is it time to change your career?
Featured musical artist: Mosaic MSC
The holiday season can be a lot of fun, but it’s also a time when negativity and depression unexpectedly creep in. Between stress, discouragement, unmet expectations and other pressures, it’s easy to get angry and overwhelmed. Our guests admit their struggles with cynicism during the holidays, but have ultimately found ways to reframe their perspectives and infuse the season with peace and joy.
Anxiety in today’s world is at an all-time high — especially among young adults. Whether money, work, relationships or the future, there’s always something to worry about. Is there a way to find calm in the storm? Pastor David Marvin is one of the leaders of The Porch — the largest church gathering of young adults in the U.S. — and he’s passionate about finding peace and helping others do the same. In part two of our conversation, he shares what Scripture says about beating anxiety and how to overcome it in the areas of dating, career and money.
She’s working a stressful job as a nurse, and thinks it might be time to pull the plug. But how much should job stress be a factor in whether or not to change your career? Are there other options? Counselor Easton Coleman weighs in.
Donate a gift of any amount to Boundless and you’ll receive ” We’re All Freaking Out (And Why We Don’t Need To): Finding Freedom From Your Anxious Thoughts and Feelings “ by David Marvin.