Whom Shall I Fear? Battling the Fear of Man  

by Krystal Dickson

I cannot remember a time when I didn’t care about the opinion of others. Growing up, it was my parents, teachers, and classmates. Now as an adult, it’s my neighbors, co-workers, even friends at church. How I wish I could be like the apostles before the Sanhedrin when they boldly and confidently proclaim, “We must obey God rather than people” (Acts 5:29).…

What to Do When Fear Overwhelms You

by Shelby Turner

I know exactly when I started struggling with fear. In my elementary years, I don’t remember being scared of anything. Quite the opposite really, I always believed I could conquer any challenge that came my way. In middle school and high school, I became more aware of the complexities of life when my family moved states a few times.…

In Times of Change

by Kyra Riley Daniels

I recently watched a Netflix docuseries called Babies, which follows multiple infants’ development within their first years. My favorite episode is the one on growth spurts. This episode showcased the work of Michelle Lampl, MD, Ph.D., who is a professor at Emory University and the Director of Emory University’s Center for the Study of Human Health.…