Let’s Talk About Anxiety

Anxiety is often a taboo word in Christian circles and communities. It’s kind of like the elephant in the room that everyone is aware of but nobody wants to discuss. And depending on your experiences or faith upbringing, having anxiety or anxious thoughts might be the last thing you’d want to discuss within the context of a faith community!

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What Makes Good Friday “Good”?

There was pain. There was suffering. There was fear. There was confusion. There was agony. There was shouting. There was uncertainty. There was grief. And there was death. Continue reading “What Makes Good Friday “Good”?”

A Message of Hope During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Hey Faithbox Family,

With so many things going in our world regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, we wanted you to hear an encouraging word of hope from our Faithbox Team Member, Ricky Ortiz.

If you find this video to be helpful, feel free to share with someone else on social media or via email.

Ricky has been a part of the Faithbox Team since February 2017, and he currently lives in New York City where he and his wife, Krista, serve as Lead Pastors of Meta Church.

What Does Hope Look Like?

From time-to-time here at Faithbox, we like to share blog posts that are intended to help you live out your faith in practical and relevant ways for everyday life. This post is just that and is about something we are all looking for: Hope!

Nearly every person alive has hoped for something. Continue reading “What Does Hope Look Like?”

Finding Community In A World of Social Distancing

Raise your hand if you were familiar with the phrase “social distancing” at the start of the year?

…Yea, neither were we! But in recent weeks, as the spread of Coronavirus has gone global, the phrase “social distancing” has not only become familiar but part of our everyday vernacular and behavior. As the global pandemic has spread, it’s become more and more important for people to follow these social distancing practices to protect themselves as well as the most vulnerable members of our communities. Continue reading “Finding Community In A World of Social Distancing”