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.
Is anxiety owning your life? What if it didn't have to be that way? Author Jason Cusick shows you how you can triumph over anxiety in your day-to-day life in this bonus interview with Jeff Brodie
We all know someone who is dealing with anxiety—or perhaps you yourself are dealing with it. As we survey the world around us, there are many tools and resources to help, but what about the spiritual side of anxiety? In this message, we’ll look at the practice of peace laid out by the apostle Paul.
Burnout seems to be an epidemic these days. Almost everyone seems overwhelmed, overcommitted and overworked. It’s not just killing us, it’s nowhere close to the way God wants us to live. We’ll look at why burnout is running so rampant, and how to ensure you get out of it and stay out of it.
What’s the conversation you have in your head with yourself about yourself? Whether it’s on the golf course, at work, at home, or in the car, you can at times find yourself overwhelmed by this internal conversation—and in particular, your inner critic. In this message, we’ll be looking at why your internal conversation is so important, where your inner critic comes from, and what to do about it.
In this podcast Jeff Brodie will dispel myths about mental health and share some of his own personal story. He’ll also share a framework for how we can handle whatever comes our way by paying attention to our soul.