Kurt Bubna

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4 Ways to Handle the Great Depression

By KurtBubna | March 30, 2020

I’m not an economist. I’m a pastor. And I’m not making any doom and gloom apocalyptic predictions. However, like you, I’ve read the articles that talk about record-high unemployment and the probability of a severe recession or worse. I know firsthand that my retirement account is bleeding out. And yes, our giving at the church I pastor […]

When You Feel Like You Have Nothing to Say

By KurtBubna | March 24, 2020

Have you ever found yourself so overwhelmed that you feel like you have absolutely nothing to say? (Nothing of value, at least.)   Do you feel, at times, like it’s all been said—and better—by others?   Maybe you woke up this morning and thought, I don’t know how to do this . . . this […]

Fear is Big. God is Bigger. So Fear Not.

By KurtBubna | March 10, 2020

I’m the last guy on the planet to give you a hard time about being afraid. I get it. If you struggle with fear, I’m your brother from another mother. You’ll get no finger-wagging or shaming looks from me.   But we don’t have to stay stuck in the grip of terror. We can live […]

Being Honest in the Struggle (And Why it Matters)

By KurtBubna | March 3, 2020

Recently, I got some well-meaning (but bad) advice from a friend: Never write a blog when you are depressed, frustrated, or disappointed. Always put your best foot forward.   My response: Guess my writing career is over.   Here’s the thing; writing is therapeutic for me. It’s how I process. It’s how I regain focus. […]

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