Prayer for Anxiety is a place for anyone who wants help dealing with the challenges of everyday life. We understand how difficult things can be these days. (It’s tough for us too!) Here we share prayers to encourage you to keep going and live joyfully.
The contributors at Prayer for Anxiety are people with experience in health care and pastoral ministries. Also, people who suffer from life struggles share their experiences here. Sometimes only a fellow sufferer knows how to help another person who is hurting.
All the contributors to Prayer for Anxiety are Christians from various denominations. One thing we share in common is our faith in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. We carry a profound belief in God’s ability to free us and heal us of any ailment.
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Creator & Lead Writer:
Vincent H Chough is married and has five children. He earned his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and practiced medicine in the USA for 10 years before relocating to Argentina.
His site, PrayerForAnxiety.com offers prayers and insight to thousands of people from over 195 countries across the world.
For over a decade, Vincent has helped coordinate Bible study groups throughout northern Buenos Aires. This includes hard to reach places such as prisons and poor neighborhoods – he is witness to the tremendous healing power of God’s Word. Vincent also dedicates his time to writing and discipleship in schools and communities.
“Depression and anxiety have become the leading health problems for all developed nations,” says Vince. “We must take full advantage of the spiritual tools we have to face this crisis. Jesus Christ is the Great Physician, and I feel privileged to be an instrument in his plan of healing and salvation.”