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Pastors, Counseling, and Mental Health: 6 Guidelines for Pastors to Consider
Mental health issues are too prevalent for pastors to not be counselors. But they must do so wisely.
Infinitely Polar Bear
Mark Ruffalo is superb as a man with bipolar disorder struggling to keep his family together.
Subscriber Access Only Hidden Casualties
How to see and serve veterans this summer.
2 Ingredients for Leading Ministry Leaders with Mental Illness
How can people with mental illness serve in ministry leadership in their local churches? Heather Palacios shares.
A New Approach to Mental Illness in the Church
We must stop ignoring mental illness and start graciously offering hope.
Morning Roundup 3/30/15
Silent Cries; Apologizing to Victims of Sexual Abuse; Megachurch Demolition
Silent Cries
How the church can help people with mental illness.
Thursday is for Thinkers: How to Love a Loved One with Mental Illness
Heather Palacios and her husband Raul share about mental illness in their marriage and how Raul has loved Heather faithfully throughout their marriage.
Managing Anxiety and Making Friends
With mental illness, community becomes more challenging… and more essential.
Morning Roundup 12/22/14
Pastors and Mental Illness; Rejecting Jesus; Anti-Elder:
The Church and Mental Illness Part 3: Pastors' Struggles and Churches' Support
In our final part of this series, we look at pastors' struggles with mental illness and the supportiveness of churches.
Kay Warren: Stop Sending Cheery Christmas Cards
When you don't mention our son's tragic death, it only hurts more.
The Church and Mental Illness Part 2: Medicine and Therapy
How do pastors feel about mental illness medication and therapy?
Court Stops Execution of Mentally Ill Man Defended by Many Evangelicals
Evangelicals divide over the death penalty, but leaders agree on the unusual case of Scott Panetti.
The Church and Mental Illness Part 1: Aspirations v. Reality
A significant percentage of pastors aspire to address mental illness, but how many actually do?
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The World’s Most Astonished Atheist
The World’s Most Astonished Atheist
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