Tag: Mental Health and the Church

Alan Noble: Loving by Living

To follow Christ is to die to self. And when you’re suffering mentally, dying to self looks like choosing to live, which is ironic, but there it is. It’s choosing to embrace life and not to despair.

Mental Health Issues and the Church

Most pastors have experience with mental illness in their congregations.

Mental Illness and the Church

Les Parrott: My Top 5 Books on Mental Health

Depression, Faith and Medication

"Medication literally saved my life six years ago. And God knew that would be a part of my story long before I did."

A Depressed Pastor Navigates the 2020 Blues

It’s just hard! Those are three of the nicest words I’ve ever heard. When you’re hurting and sad and you don’t even know exactly why you’re...

Pastor, Don’t Struggle Alone

6 Big Difficulties Pastors Face

Anxiety: A Barrier to Church Involvement

There is a spectrum of anxiety disorders that can make worshiping and serving difficult.

Stephen Grcevich: Mental Health and the Church

A Ministry Handbook for Including Children and Adults with ADHD, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, and Other Common Mental Health Conditions