You Can Beat Anxiety, a FREE course

Anxiety can be a killer. It nearly took me out of ministry. A panic/anxiety attack made me think I’d lost my mind.

The doctor assured me “that 100 percent of people who have what you have come out of it.” Nice words, but not all that comforting when every problem I faced threatened its worst possible outcome.

We all have our worries and fears–sometimes even doubting God (you wouldn’t be reading this unless you feel that something is not right).

In the free course, we’ll explore some of the roots of your feelings, and then we’ll look at some things that you can do to change your life measurably. The book is relatively short, and you may want to follow up with some other reading. But, I can point you in the right direction.

We’ll look at six areas of concern:

  1. Why do you feel this way?
  2. Anxiety takes different forms.
  3. What causes anxiety?
  4. How you can learn to cope with anxiety.
  5. Why Christian leaders often hurt more than other people.
  6. How to let God worry instead of me.

My goal is to diminish the effect of anxiety on your life and help you hit the reset button on your mental computer.

The book serves as a roadmap to freedom. The five mp3 sessions are from radio shows I did as the Lord and a doctor helped me out of the tangle of fear that held me down.

I’m praying that they help you live in all the fullness of your life, family and ministry that God intends for you.

Please accept them as a gift.

Hit the “Courses” tab at the top of the page to access the material.

I’d like to hear comments, especially things you’ve learned from your own experience.

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1 thought on “You Can Beat Anxiety, a FREE course”

  1. Linda Eversull

    I got your book from Amazon. I read it. The thing is. I never identify with any anxiety. I figured i was freaking out with fear. I think paranoid would be a better word. After reading it i sort of started to realize i have anxiety. It wasn’t until i got a spot on my lung and seeing a Doctor. My thoughts were many. I didn’t realize my questioning the doctor put up red flags. How did i get this? Will it go away ? Will my family catch it? How does this happen to people? Can i work ? Will i lose my hair? Funnee thing i worked everyday for five years with this doctor. He never noticed any thing in me until i got sick and he had to treat me. He said that day in his office to me as his patient. You have anxiety!!! I thought oh i was asking some questions out of fear. But he saw me in a different light. I started working on my anxiety and getting my emotions under control ny prayer. When my mom passed away. My dad became sick with lung cancer, my brother has esophagus cancer. They died five days apart. They both were treated where i worked! I was called into the office of administration. I was told to take some time off. I developed chest pain. Extreme chest pain. I saw the doctor snd he told me i had anxiety i need to rest. I said Rest? I dont need rest i have funerals back to back i need to work i have funerals to pay for. Next week i must come up with funeral expenses. Rest is out of the question. My chest pain was so bad. I struggled to breathe. I returned to doctor, i have chest pain. I was told your grieving its ok go rest. I went home i took a walk could not make it a block. I returned to doctor. Im having chest pain. Youhave anxiety. I said no! She said ok ill put in for a nuclear test. On my way home we got a called Go to the hospital you have a 95% heart block. Don’t go home they said. I ended up in cath lab. Next week i was back in doctors office i habe chest pain. Anxiety theres no way you have heart problems. I wont put in a referral . You were just in cath lab. I had to go see administration he ssid hey Linda how are you. I said i have chest pain after arguing with me he said ok i put in referral. Back to cath lab! 2nd heart block, showed up. 3rd time cath Lab showed why i have more chest pain. Anxiety. Got me in cath Lab. Three times! 4th cath lab and i live on meds. Now. Anxiety is so real.

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