I know we have a lot of religious people here. I do not claim to be a religious person, however I do believe in god, I do pray and I do go to church occasionally, I need to go every week. i do teach my child about God. I was raised Baptist, although I am not sure I would ever go to a Baptist church again. I prefer a Chriistian or non demoninational church, because they speak more of the positive sides of religion and make their words relate to real everyday life. Anyway, my question to the board tonight is how many of you believe that depression and anxiety is the work of the Devil? And how many of you think it has nothing to do with the Devil at all?
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