Christians know the command to “be anxious for nothing,” but when a whole economy seems to be crumbling, that’s easier said than done.
Financial stress can quickly slip into financial anxiety, as Christian counselor Jeremy Lelek has seen in his practice. Communication, relationships, and transparency can dry up before couples realize it.
“As people are recognizing the reality of financial strain, it’s obviously increased stress in their lives,” he says. “[There is] a lot of discouragement, a lot of depression, a lot of anxiety as a result of the financial situation that we’re facing right now.”
And the solution to financial anxiety requires more than a sermon.
Read the rest of Katherine Britton’s article of Crosswalk via Finding Financial Peace in Economic Uncertainty.