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It is difficult to navigate through our daily life without seeing something about the onset fear that comes with sickness, disease, and suffering in light of the Coronavirus, not to mention the everyday struggles that we all face on a normal basis.  In light of uncertain times and frightful news headlines, it is important to be reminded of the Truth of God’s sovereignty and provision.

If you are looking for true biblical answers to the anxiety that seems to be mounting by the day, Westminister Theological Seminary has graciously provided 15 chapters of several books that deal directly with facing our anxiety in a biblical way from authors Ed Welch, Paul Tautges, Sara Wallace and more. If you find yourself with some extra time on your hands given the quarantine protocol, it might be a good time to dive into this topic of anxiety and refresh yourself with the comfort that Scripture provides us with in times of chaos.

You can find the 15 Chapters on Anxiety at this link.

Braden holds a Master of Arts of Christian Counseling and a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC. He received a degree in Psychology from Mississippi State University with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a member of the Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC). He is also a Certified Christian Trauma Care Provider—Level 1. For the past seven years, he and his wife Victoria have worked in counseling ministries, adult Christian education, and with Joni & Friends, a Christ-based ministry to the disabled. Through the Owen Center, Braden pursues a life-calling to serve Christ by cultivating the ministry of biblical counseling in the Auburn community.