Additional Resources: Depression

This week, we heard stories from the Abbs family and their on-going journey through the trench of depression (and anxiety)—stories of struggle but also hope. We hope these additional resources offer strength and encouragement to those who are also in this trench, no matter how far along you are. Please feel free to leave additional suggestions in the comments!


The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern (Amazon, B&N)

The Power of Positive Thinking, by Norman Vincent Peale (Amazon, B&N)

The Thirteenth Tale, by Diane Setterfield (Amazon, B&N)

Good Night Yoga: A Pose-by-Pose Bedtime Story, by Mariam Gates (Amazon, B&N)


Our Daily Bread →

Daily devotional thoughts and inspiration from the Bible.

d365 →

Designed and written for students, d365 provides daily devotions to "create a quiet space in your life for meditation and prayer."

First 5 →

The First 5 app is designed to replace your alarm on your smartphone, so you wake up each morning to spend the first five minutes with an uplifting Bible passage before getting overwhelmed by social media, email, etc.

Pigment →

Coloring on your phone or tablet with Pigment (or the coloring app of your choice) can be a great tool to calm down and shift your focus away from negative thoughts.


"Your Distant World," by Simon O'Shine

"Turn Up the Sound," by Andain

"Cloudline," by Gareth Emery

"We Control the Sunlight," by Aly & Fila

"Brave," by Sara Bareilles

"Fight Song," by Rachel Platton

"I'll Listen," by Armin van Buuren (YouTube)