Mental illness is very real and is far too often misunderstood and misappropriated in the Body of Christ. NAMI also known as the National Alliance on Mental Illness, reported in 2016 that 1 out of every 25 adults in the … Continue reading Is Your Church Healthy Enough To Counsel Those With Mental Illness?
Tuesday, October 10 (2017), was World Mental Health Day. Throughout my next few articles, I will be spotlighting various current event topics in connection with public mental health. There is wide perception we are in the midst of a mental health … Continue reading Social Media Is Creating A Societal Mess [Opinion]
President Trump’s promises to bring back coal jobs and simultaneously build highways hits home, literally. I am proud to say I grew up in Kenova, West Virginia. The city sits on a tristate border with Kentucky, Ohio, and Virginia. Its name is … Continue reading Almost Heaven, Barely Habitable
Depression effects more than 15 million American adults and with a 2014 study that shows about 71% of the American population identifies as Christian in some form or another, it’s no secret that depression is one of the biggest struggles … Continue reading Is Depression A Sin?