Feeling overwhelmed?

You are not alone! Isolation is one of the hardest things to deal with, and even in our hyperconnected world of social media, it's so easy to feel disconnected. It seems that we've been hit with one tragedy after another. We have so much animosity in our culture and we all know how hard it can be to find friends that will be there for you. Christ founded the church so that we would have a way to connect with each other and with God. Below are several resources if you are feeling overwhelmed today.


It's ok to not be ok. We're here to help or at least point you in the right direction. You're not alone and you are loved.

  • Rev. Alex Williams is our pastor, and he would be more than happy to chat with you about anything. He can provide spiritual guidance as well as referrals to clinical services or other spiritual leaders. Sometimes we just need someone to talk to and Pastor Alex loves that part of ministry.

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  • Raising kids has always been challenging, but in a time of global pandemics, school shootings, social media pressure, standardized testing, student debt, and everything else that our kids face these days, we know it is easy to become overwhelmed. But you are not alone! If you are a parent in need of support, please email Pastor Alex or Christy Allen, our Director of Children & Youth Ministries and we can help get you connected to resources and other parents who are going through the same thing.

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  • College students are using drugs and alcohol at a higher rate than young adults of the same age who don’t attend school. A recent study from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicated that more than half of full-time college students ages 18-22 drank alcohol in the past month. Another survey performed by Monitoring the Future revealed that nearly 45% of college students have used an illicit drug.


  • Managing Your Finances During Recovery: People in recovery have unique hurdles to restoring or establishing financial independence. Getting their finances in order may even trigger a relapse. But approached properly, people in recovery can follow a few specific steps to achieve financial independence.

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  • "Over 52.9 million Americans live with some form of mental illness throughout the U.S. That figure equates to nearly one in five adults. Mental health conditions can significantly impact one’s ability to secure and maintain employment, especially while receiving treatment. It can also make it difficult to reenter the workforce due to gaps in your professional timeline. This guide provides a step-by-step guide to finding employment while receiving treatment for mental illness, including specific resume and cover letter writing tips and example interview questions, as well as tips to stay self-assured and centered as you land your dream job."

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  • Therapy and counseling have long had stigmas attached to them, but we believe in their ability to transform lives and families. Our Pastor has resource suggestions and can refer you to clinical health professionals in the area if you are in need, just email him.

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  • You are loved and you are a blessing! We know that it's so easy to feel alone or overwhelmed. We are here to tell you that you are not alone and we want to help. If you or anyone you know is thinking of harming themselves, please contact one of the following:

  • While our church does not have dedicated financial resources to offer assistance, there are many organizations near us in Dallas that offer help and support. There is no shame in this if you are struggling. Financial strain is a leading cause of divorce and homelessness in our nation, and the church is here to help direct you to the resources and services that can help get you back on your feet. Contact Pastor Alex and he can get you connected to the appropriate resources. 

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  • Seniors are living longer and having to face more challenges than before. A healthy lifestyle can help you deal with aging, protect you from cancer and keep you at your best. As average life expectancies increase, older adults are learning more about the cancers and other health risks that might affect them. In fact, age is the most significant risk factor for developing cancer.


  • Caring for the elderly and those struggling with longterm health concerns is a reality that many if not most of us will encounter in our lives. This can be extremely difficult on the caregivers, and we want you to know that you are not alone. Here are some resources that might help:

  • Of all the needs on this list, this is the one that we are the most prepared to address. Keeping your faith vital, vibrant, and relevant to life in modern society is a tall order. Church can easily become just another hobby or routine, but we believe that faith in God runs so much deeper and can have a profound impact on our lives. Please contact Pastor Alex to begin a conversation about your faith journey and remember that you're not alone in any of this!

    email pastor alex