Resources on Mental Health

As Americans respond to admonitions from public health officials and politicians by practicing social distancing, quarantining, and closing schools, businesses, and churches in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), an important consideration receiving little attention is... Continue...

COVID-19 has brought on an uncertain, unprecedented season that will likely spur a mental health crisis. Multiple factors are involved: Anxiety from the 24-hour news cycle;  The inability to meet with people for gatherings like church and events; Stress from... Continue...

Kay Warren shares encouragement she would give to the Christian struggling with mental illness. Continue...

When I was a kid, one of my favorite stories was “The Little Match Girl,” by Hans Christian Anderson. She was a poor child who sold matches in the frozen streets around Christmas time. As she wandered through icy alleys,... Continue...

Jennifer Michelle Greenberg shares how the gospel speaks of hope in the battle with depression.  Continue...

National Mental Illness Awareness Week is traditionally held in early October to draw attention to the struggles of the 20% of adults and children who experience a mental health disorder in any given year. I have been tremendously encouraged by the... Continue...

I spend a lot of my time thinking through mental health and faith, as well as helping church communities do the same, and I’m encouraged. I’m encouraged by society’s attempts to reduce the stigma surrounding depression and anxiety. I’m encouraged by... Continue...