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Morning Roundup 9/25/14

New research suggestions pastors feel ill-equipped to address mental illness.
Morning Roundup 9/25/14

Here is some of the recent overage of our mental illness research release in addition to the articles excerpted below. Thanks to:

The Blaze
U.S. Catholic

and so many others for carrying the story. Here are a few

Mental illness rarely addressed by churchesAdelle M. Banks

Survey: Most protestant pastors don't address mental health issuesCoshandra Dillard

Stigma of Mental Illness 'Still Real' Inside the Church, LifeWay Research RevealsAlex Murashko

Michigan group looks to end stigma attached to mental illnessMyFoxDetroit

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