Most people believe in heaven, and most people believe they’ll end up there. Can we really know?
The belief that “Good people go to heaven” sounds nice on the surface. But it doesn’t make sense. Most people believe in heaven, and most people believe they’ll end up there. Can we really know?
In this bonus interview, Sarah Joy Covey of the Covey Wellness Center explores the nature of trauma and how to navigate it in your own life. Listen in for helpful tools and strategies to become stronger in your mental health!
U.S. statistics say that 70% of people will experience a major traumatic event in their lifetime and that 20% will develop PTSD. Sadly, in our broken world, many people experience trauma and aren’t able to process it—and, in turn, they often hurt the people around them. In addition, every day our screens alone bring us to live feeds of events that can be too much for any human being to bear. What does scripture have to say about all of this? How does Jesus want to meet us in our trauma?
What does the medical profession say about the connection between mental health and spirituality? And how do we handle the rising mental health crisis in the lives of the kids we love? This Sunday, we’ll hear from Dr. Rob Meeder, a pediatrician with a focus on mental health. He’ll look at how we can come alongside our kids to support them in this area, and how we can connect our spiritual life to our mental health.