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Resources in Mental Health
This resource includes tips and resources which are key for Spiritual Emotional Care leaders working with college students.
Korean translation of Twelve things Your Congregation Can Do in Mental Health Ministry
God wants our young people to thrive. The church and youth ministry can reflect this truth by setting apart group time to nurture our youth’s mental health. This resource offers a list of check-in questions to use in group settings or as group text check-ins. Also included in this resource are a list of practices… Read more »
정신 건강 사역을 위해 여러분 교회가 할 수 있는 12가지
12 Cosas que puede hacer su congregación en el ministerio de salud mental
Throughout their lives, children can experience many kinds of loss – the death of family members, friends, or pets; the loss of home in a move, the loss of familiarity and certainty that comes when a loved one receives a diagnosis, and others. This Compass Points resource provides some Biblical resources, information to help you… Read more »
This Resource Roadmap is a list with books, media links, and activities for children, families and faith communities to assist in supporting grieving children.
When a child experiences a loss, they often experience a wide range of emotions, which can be overwhelming and confusing. Children may struggle to name their emotions, and may express them in many ways, from acting out, to playing, to music or arts, to talking about it. This Quicksheet includes two activities that you can… Read more »
Curated collection of resources & links: Equipping faith communities for mental health ministry in a pandemic-changed world. From Presbyterian Church (USA)
This resource looks at how can we be a bridge over troubled water when it comes to mental health concerns. Our faith tradition values our desire to care for others in need. This value gives us meaning and purpose when we reach out to people living with loneliness or mental health conditions. To do this… Read more »