If you have ever felt hopeless, if you have ever believed that all the bad things in your life were beyond redemption, if you have ever felt unworthy of being loved or accepted, if you have ever feared what would happen if people found out whatever it is that haunts you - I get it. I have been there, too.
Maybe you are recovering from abuse, addiction, or a suicide attempt like me. Maybe you are struggling with anxiety or depression and don’t know why yet. No matter what your starting point is, the tools in this journal and e-course will help you begin to answer the question, “Now what?”
You’re tired of living this way. You want to change your life, and you don’t know where to begin. This 21-day self-care course will help you answer that question. It’s time to take ownership of your life, and that begins with good self-care. It’s hard work, but you can do it. No more running, no more hiding, no more masks. No matter what your journey has looked like so far, recovery is possible. I am living proof.
"...made me question more about myself than I had in a long time. Really delivers the self-care it promises in a kind, honest manner."
- Shelli, Amazon verified reader
Hi! I'm Steve. I am a former pastor who made my bed in hell, and found God there. I served the local church for ten years. During that time, I was secretly suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD. I was terrified for anyone to know the extent of my despair.
Things became so unbearable that I nearly died by suicide in 2012. I wrote From Pastor to a Psych Ward in 2016 as a promise to those who have reached the end of their rope: your story isn’t over.
I followed that book up with Self-Care for the Wounded Soul, as a guide to those who have survived a living hell and want to cultivate a daily habit of self-care through a Christian perspective.
I am dedicated to reaching those who are
hiding from God and the rest of us. I reside in Birmingham, Alabama,
with my wife and two kids, and love all things peanut butter and
To learn more, click here.
StartDay Seven: I am ALIVE. I will not forget how important that is.
StartDay Eight: I am more than my diagnosis.
StartDay Nine: I will not ignore my symptoms.
StartDay Ten: Today will not last forever. Hard days don’t define my life.
StartDay Eleven: I don’t owe anyone an apology for my story.