My Bipolar Testimony!

A Guest Blog by Ricky Bipolar testimony! Part 1 As a young man of 17 years of age I had certain experiences that were difficult to manage! I had constant suicidal ideations and was prone to try and act these out when intoxicated with alcohol! I always felt very low but I just assumed this […]

The Most Misunderstood Parable In The Bible

A blog, that, after much prayer for guidance from the Holy Spirit, and through daily contemplation, tries to explain some of the more complex, misused, misunderstood, or misinterpreted Bible verses. We’ll sometimes cover other subjects and matters of faith, as well. There is no shortage of topics to cover! Scripture Demystified Come Holy Spirit…. I […]

A Happier Mind, Heart, Spirit, and Life – A Mini Essay

Zahra’s Zeal If you want God to do the extraordinary, you have to believe in the extraordinary and then receive it. He’s a giver and wants to bless you. Don’t doubt that for even a moment…the world can seem so hopeless but God is still on the Throne. His plan cannot be stopped by a […]

What does mental illness mean to me?

“for God is not a God of confusion but of peace…” 1 Corinthians 14:33 Hi everyone! Until now I have been writing shorter blog entries introducting the Behold Project and what it stands for. In this post I am going to introduce myself a bit, talk about my illnesses, and what they mean (and don’t mean) to me. My […]


Zahra’s Zeal Hi everyone, Zahra here with a brand new post focusing on a very interesting question! The question we should all ask ourselves is, “What does my illness mean to me?” Does it really have to be a burden? Or can it teach us something? What if, after a while, we stop being victims […]

How Prayer Healed My Relationship with My Dad 

“Prayer is being on terms of friendship with God, frequently conversing in secret with Him who, we know loves us.” — Saint Teresa of Avila This is my experience of how prayer has always and continues to heal every aspect of my life, including my relationship with my earthly Dad. They say you can choose […]