Paralysis by Analysis

Recently, I read an article about choice.  It’s overly academic sounding title (False Freedom and the Slavery of Autonomy) caught my eye and as I read further, I noticed connections to the world of mental health.  You can read the entire article here...

Just Show Up

The more I see God work in the lives of our mentees, mentors, and staff; the more I realize how little I really bring to the table.  I want to take some credit for their growth, but I cannot.  Every time I see growth, I am tempted to think, “They came to that...

Thankfulness

Amid the work we do to support and mentor people in their war with a mental disorder, I was struck recently with a sense of immense thankfulness.  In this post I would like to affirm the high value of support and divine intervention in my own life.  By doing so, my...

Lessons from Nebuchadnezzar Part 2

There are often times when it feels like everything has collapsed.  It seems as though all upon which we have built our hope has crumbled beneath us; that all support is gone. This, more than ever, is when we need God.  He is our rock and fortress, an ever-present...

Lessons from Nebuchadnezzar Part 1

We have discovered a dramatic lack of resources when it comes to a theology of mental health.  Why is this?  Do we feel like the Bible doesn’t speak to mental health because it does not have the modern medical precision we do today?  Are the characters of the Bible...

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