Posted On December 20, 2021

Lucy Ann Moll- Help! I Get Panic Attacks

by | Dec 20, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Lucy Moll discuss what panic attacks are, cultivating spiritual disciplines, advice for biblical counselors counseling anxiety and panic attack sufferers, along with her mini-book, Help! I Get Panic Attacks (Shepherd Press, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • What panic attacks are.
  • How the biblical category of terror helps us understand panic attacks.
  • The difference between good and wrong fear.
  • Three examples of people who strongly interpreted their life situations in Scripture.
  • Some keys to focus on the Lord in the various situations of life.
  • How the fear of the Lord helps every Christian.
  • Three spiritual disciplines every Christian needs to cultivate.
  • How the local church can care for anxiety sufferers and those who experience panic attacks.
  • Advice for biblical counselors counseling anxiety and panic attack sufferers.

About the Guest

Lucy Ann Moll has been involved in biblical counseling since 2008, and is currently completing her doctorate. As an editor and an author, she writes regularly on her website, lucyannmoll.com.

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