If you work in ministry people come to you with difficult problems. We know you could use some help. This journal is a collection point for useful and current information of interest to anyone engaged in ministry for mental health.
The Journal will include original articles from expert ministry and mental health professionals and well as links to helpful resources and research. We hope you will be encouraged and equipped to multiply care in the church and community.
Table of Contents Leadership transparency and mental health Leadership transparency doesn’t just grow your church, it shreds stigma. Let’s face it, as Christians it can
A Call To Action
Recent research into mental health and the church provides compelling evidence and direction for ministry strategies. The findings regarding depression, anxiety and loneliness can’t be ignored by ministry leaders. If a church or ministry really wants to get at the heart of current issues among congregants and believers, they need to face mental health head-on. In today’s blog, we look at
There are some things that are really hard to talk about. When it comes to mental health struggles, many of us feel we have to hide our problems because others won’t understand, or that they’ll treat us differently. All around us there are people hiding their pain. This is just as true in our churches as it is in the rest of the world.
Here’s what happens when people don’t hide their messes:
Ready to engage mental health in your church in a new way? LifeSupport is about equipping pastors for mental health ministry. This blog post from