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BETSY MAYER

August 21, 2014  4:02am

Thank you for raising awareness of this issue. People who struggle with mental illness are often extremely gifted, yet are marginalized. We really need to know how to encourage them to remain active members of the body of Christ and how to help the rest of us respond to their personal issues with love and common sense. The gift of Christian friendship/fellowship can go a long way in giving people permission to "get help" and yet still remain valued participants.

Jim VanDuzer

August 19, 2014  3:17pm

Thank you for this article. I was a missions pastor at a church for three years until I have a breakdown and was diagnosed with anxiety disorder. I'm no longer at the church. I'm working on getting better. Thanks for bringing this issue more out in the open!

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