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Tag Archives: Dr. Matthew S. Stanford
Dr. G takes a closer look at ministry resources offered by Fresh Hope, shares an amazing testimony from Colleen Swindoll-Thompson and a video describing Key Ministry’s model for mental health inclusion ministry. Continue reading
On Tuesday, we introduced you to Dr. Matthew Stanford from Baylor University. Dr. Stanford discussed his research on the relationship between mental illness and faith practice in Part One of our interview. Today, he talks about Mental Health Grace Alliance (a new non-profit organization he founded) and two books he’s authored, The Biology of Sin and Grace for the Afflicted.
One of my goals for this blog and for Inclusion Fusion is to expose leaders with an interest in disability ministry to other leaders with unique interests and competencies that can help us better understand the challenges we face and the needs of the kids and families we serve. One such leader is Dr. Matthew Stanford from Baylor University, who has graciously agreed to be interviewed for the blog today. Part Two will run on Thursday.