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Sometimes you need more than just knowing you’re not alone, more than the help we can offer through our stories, what we have learned and what we have shared. If you do any any ot these areas our hope is you will take the next step and reach out. There are those who are there to help you.

  • Marriage and Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide
  • Addiction

Marriage and Divorce

It is our prayer that marriages never fail. We believe our first priority is to work toward healing, building a strong lasting relationship between every husband and wife. We have a list of counselors and counseling resources below to help you take the steps you need to heal a broken relationship.

Yet in today’s reality we know that will not always be the case. So, should you face Christian Divorce Servicesdivorce or know someone who is, as many of our writers have found there is help to be had.

Christian Divorce Services Resources for Christians Facing Divorce and Needing Christian Divorce Help. www.christiandivorceservices.com

We believe marriage is a vow made with honor—cherished, worthy of fighting to keep, and should not be easily or quickly broken. As much as we wish it weren’t true, we realize that sometimes marriages fail. So, if you find yourself facing divorce or know someone who is, we believe

When your marriage is in a free fall of disconnectedness, anger, or resentment, it can feel like you are standing on the sidelines watching a train wreck, helpless to stop it. It’s terrifying. Even worse, if your spouse has already asked for a divorce, you may be feeling like the

Domestic Violence

You are not alone. Women of our community have lived through the same struggles you or someone you know are facing. As they tell their stories they want you to know there is help available, a path to safety and hope for the future. If you find National Domestic Violence Hotlineyourself in an abusive relationship please call now.

Living with domestic violence or know someone who is. You can call The National Domestic Violence Hotline. They provide 24/7 crisis intervention, safety planning and information on domestic violence. Website: https://www.thehotline.org Phone: 1-800-799-7233

There was a time when I never wanted to talk about it, at least not publicly. I never thought I would. In fact, several years into my journey, the majority of people around me saw nothing but smiles. Truth was, my world was unraveling into devastating chaos. It was never due

What do you do when there are no red flags for domestic abuse? Or when the ones that are there have been buried—when you have no warning that the abuse is coming? Everyone always asks after the fact, “Did you see any red flags?” And you sit there wracking your

Anxiety and Depression

This struggle is all too common afflicting many in today’s challenging world. You may feel you simply can’t pull yourself out, facing the day or circumstances we find ourselves in, seems nearly insurmountable. We often keep our depression to ourselves, fearing others won’t understand. The honesty of our writers who have this struggle offer answers they have found. Their stories may encourage and offer hope. But it often takes more than just someone else who understands it takes reaching out.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) provides information on prevention, treatment and symptoms of anxiety, depression and related conditions. Website: https://adaa.org/  Phone: 240-485-1001

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We often think this will never touch us or our family. This subject is filled with such heartache and often lack of answers, making it easy to avoid. But unfortunately, as several of the Grit and Grace writers can attest, this reality has become part of their story. Because a few of us have lived through this heartbreak we understand. If you are struggling with with thoughts of suicide, feel there is no way out or you know someone else you fear may feel hopeless believing there is not other answer, please reach out. Please make that call. There is a someone there to answer.

The Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects callers to trained crisis counselors 24/7. They also provide a chat function on their website: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/  Phone: 1-800-273-8255

I knew my father was having a difficult time in life. It was so very unlike this man whose smile warmed the hearts of perfect strangers to see that smile so infrequently. But at the age of 50, having left his position as an accountant, he could not find a

What do you do when there are no red flags for domestic abuse? Or when the ones that are there have been buried—when you have no warning that the abuse is coming? Everyone always asks after the fact, “Did you see any red flags?” And you sit there wracking your

*The reality of suicide has touched the lives of several of the writers at The Grit & Grace Project so we are taking the opportunity to share our hearts. As the daughter of someone who took their own life, there are things I have learned since that fateful day. I am in no