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Author Archives: Dr. G
The best at what she does
I want Barb to know how much we value her and the gifts she’s given to us and everyone else serving in the disability ministry field. Continue reading
An event promoting mentally healthy pastors and churches
We’re hosting an event combining an online retreat for pastors and church staff with a mental health ministry conference. Continue reading
Posted in Key Ministry, Mental Health, Resources, Training Events Tagged Brad Hambrick, COVID-19, Greg Surratt, Jack Graham, Kay Warren, Key Ministry, mental health, Mentally Healthy Churches, mentally healthy pastors, online ministry conferences, Online Pastors' Retreat, Pete Scazzaro, Stephen Grcevich MD Leave a comment
The five kids I’m most concerned about this fall
Based upon my observations from thirty years as a child psychiatrist, here are five groups of kids I’m most concerned about this school year. Continue reading
Posted in ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Autism, Families, Key Ministry, Mental Health Tagged ADHD, anxiety, Autism, COVID-19, dyslexia, Key Ministry, mental health, OCD, online learning, Stephen Grcevich MD, Virtual school 1 Comment
Ministry in a post-Coronavirus world
Change that would have occurred gradually over the next ten years will take place in the next 12-24 months thanks to the disruption from COVID.
A new mental health resource for churches from an unlikely place
Compassion in Action: A Guide for Faith Communities Serving People Experiencing Mental Illness is now available as a free download through the HHS website. Continue reading
Why families think online church is indispensable for disability ministry
If your church is has an online presence and an interest in disability ministry, your online presence needs to be a critical component of your disability ministry strategy.
Race, reconciliation, disability and the church
We know the lives of our Black brothers and sisters are precious to God. It’s important they know their lives matter to us. Continue reading
The pandemic as an unexpected blessing to the disability community
It’s very possible that the COVID-19 pandemic will have provided the impetus for introducing many local churches to people in their communities with conditions that would otherwise make in-person attendance either highly unlikely or impossible.
Coronavirus, church and the “least restrictive environment”
“Inclusion” during this time may mean doing what we need to do to ensure that our friends with disabilities are safe while demonstrating to them that they’re loved. Continue reading
Posted in Advocacy, Inclusion, Key Ministry Tagged church, coronavirus, COVID-19, Disability, Disability Ministry, Inclusion, least restrictive environment Leave a comment
How pastors can support mental health in the age of COVID-19.
Only 30 percent of pastors feel well-equipped to help their people deal with matters of mental or emotional health. Continue reading