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Monthly Archives: February 2018
Inclusion Fusion LIVE – A disability ministry conference for church leaders AND families
Registration is now open for Inclusion Fusion Live – a disability ministry conference hosted by Key Ministry on April 20th-21st, 2018 at Bay Presbyterian Church in Bay Village, Ohio. Continue reading
Posted in Inclusion Fusion, Key Ministry, Training Events Tagged Barb Newman, Bay Presbyterian Church, Buddy Break, Catherine Boyle, CLC Network, Doc Hunsley, Every Church Can Do Something, Inclusion Fusion Live, Jolene Philo, Key Ministry, Lamar Hardwick, Lisa Jamieson, Marie Kuck, mental health and the church, Nathaniel's Hope, Ryan Wolfe, Sandra Peoples, Stephen Grcevich MD, Victoria White Leave a comment
Mental illness and violence…What does the data say?
If we could eradicate all mental illness, we would reduce acts of violence by approximately 4%. Continue reading
Posted in Controversies, Key Ministry, Mental Health Tagged homicide, mental illness, school shootings, stigma, suicide, violence 3 Comments
The stories you’ve shared about mental health and the church
The most troubling aspect of the stories shared by Mary Ann and others is that their experiences reflect poorly upon the character of God as reflected through the words and actions of the church. We can and must do a lot better in sharing Christ’s love and the message of the Gospel with our friends and neighbors with mental illness and welcoming them into the fellowship of the church. Continue reading
Resources for readers of Mental Health and the Church
Now that our model to assist churches in developing a mental health inclusion strategy is publicly available, I’d like to spread the word about some of the tools and resources our Key Ministry team has developed to assist readers serving on ministry teams seeking to implement the ideas presented in the book. Continue reading
For such a time as this… Mental Health and the Church
Does God have a place for you in his movement to transform the way the church loves persons touched by mental illness? Has he positioned you to be an agent of change in your church? Is he calling you to serve people in your community hurting as a result of mental illness? Has he positioned you to come alongside someone with mental illness to help them to overcome challenges that make it hard for them to be part of a worship service, small group or Bible study? Continue reading