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18 Resources To Lean Into in Times of Uncertainty

When we're feeling scared, weak, or anxious, the best step we can take is leaning into the truth that God’s given to us.

Mental Health
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In uncertain times, it’s easy to fall into fear and worry over the unknown. 1 out of every 5 people suffer from depression or anxiety. But, there are 365 references to “fear not” in the Bible—that’s one for every day of the year! When we're feeling scared, weak, or anxious, the best step we can take is leaning into the truth that God’s given to us. On this list, you’ll find 18 resources to lean into in times of uncertainty.

Bible Reading Plans

Find truth right from the source. Hear what God has to say directly by diving into the Bible and seeing what it has to tell us about worry, anxiety, peace, and the goodness of God.

Songs & Playlists

In the middle of uncertainty, worship is always the right response. Whether you’re just listening, singing along, or letting it play in the background, here are some encouraging worship songs and playlists to focus your mind back on Jesus.

Books & Articles

Sometimes the best way to slow down is to settle in with an encouraging book, or take a few minutes to read an article that speaks truth in the face of fear. Check out these books and articles that will give you content to refer back to the next time you’re experiencing uncertainty.

LCBC Messages

Be encouraged by this collection of LCBC messages focused on worry, anxiety, fear, and facing uncertain situations. 

When we’re facing a situation that’s out of our control, it’s natural to have feelings of fear. But we have something greater that we can put our faith in. When you’re feeling worried, anxious, and scared, we can trust in what Jesus has to say about walking through an uncertain part of life. “Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me” (Psalm 23:4). The next time you’re dealing with times of uncertainty, take a deep breath, consult this list, and remember that God is greater than anything and everything that’s happening around you. 

If you’d like to talk to an LCBC team member about feelings of anxiety, depression, or fear, or be given a list of counselors we have worked with, you can connect with us by filling out our Care form.

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