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Welcome to Always the Fight Ministries, where you’ll find articles, resources, and public speaking designed to extend a lifeline of hope to those who feel like they are drowning.

Nancy Virden, compassionate writer and speaker, brings her experience of brokenness and healing to the table, offering resources and information to help equip you and your loved ones on a healing journey of hope.

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Gain and Maintain a Mindset of Hope

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When the search for happiness turns up empty, garner these keys to a new search, the search for hope.

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Most Frequented Article

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My Depressed Loved One Won’t Get Out of Bed – What Am I to Say?

Depression, whether triggered by circumstances we can see or not, is a place of pain. We may experience it to some level or another, but when a person won’t get out of bed you can bet she or he is hurting badly.

I know it is hard to take care of someone who is sick. It challenges our agendas and causes us to sacrifice more time and energy. Depression is especially painful to watch when we love who is suffering. Often we feel helpless, though this is not exactly true! 

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To Help You

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“Thank you so much for sharing your story — so inspiring and I know it will help a lot of other women.” Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal (For Newsweek Japan)

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Public Speaking

Nancy Virden Seminar, May-2016

Nancy Virden combines compassion and a bright sense of humor to shed light on difficult and taboo topics. Each customized talk provides for her audience’s unique needs. Contact Nancy to book a speaking engagement for an event or broadcast.

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While Nancy will tailor content towards an audience of any faith background, her experience stems from a Christian perspective.

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