RESOURCES

If you are struggling in your mental health as a Christian, you are NOT alone. Your mental health struggles are not an indication of a lack of faith. Anxiety, Depression, etc are illness that require medical attention. There is no shame in reaching out for the help you need, friend.

Below are a list of resources I’ve gathered to help you take your next step in your mental, emotional and spiritual health.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

Please don’t hesitate to reach out for help if you are having suicidal thoughts. You are not alone. You do not need to feel ashamed. But you DO need to reach out for help.


WEBSITES


BOOKS ON MENTAL + EMOTIONAL HEALTH for Adults


DEVOTIONALS/BIBLE STUDIES TO HELP WITH ANXIETY + DEPRESSION


ARTICLES ON MENTAL HEALTH + FAITH


PODCASTS

  • By Faith podcast  In whatever we’re doing—working, parenting, serving, suffering—it can be difficult sometimes to see through the fog of the circumstances of life and to know with confidence that God is there, that He’s working in us, and that He’s working through us. How do we live this life by faith? In “By Faith,” author and blogger Christine Hoover asks this big picture question by getting into the details and daily lives of her guests: men and women who are walking forward by faith. Hosted by Christine Hoover.
  • CXMH podcast: We bring together faith leaders with mental health professionals for honest conversations. Hosted by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler 
  • Anthem of Hope podcast: A weekly podcast dedicated to sharing real stories from real people on topics such as: hope, faith, doubt, life, and mental health.
  • Proverbs 31 Podcast: Therapy & Theology 6-week series: Lysa TerKeurst dives deep into conversation with her personal, licensed professional counselor Jim Cress, as well as Proverbs 31 Ministries director of theology, Joel Muddamalle. 
    • In this series, you’ll learn how to…
      • Overcome the feeling that you’ll never get over the hurt you’re facing by recognizing small steps you can take to get through the hurt, little by little.
      • Replace the negative stigma of “therapy” by gaining a healthy, biblical view of counseling for your situation.
      • Move toward healing today by discovering the two distinct and necessary parts of forgiveness and how to live them out. 
      • Find hope in the midst of devastating circumstances by seeking restoration for yourself through prayer and proven exercises to help you process your pain.

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