Work and Mental Health

Work and Mental Health

Although many dread the start of another working week; for others, it’s a cruel reminder that a job feels unattainable. Because, contrary to popular belief and opinion – work was a part of creation before the fall. Genesis 2 tells us the Adam is given work...
Family Support

Family Support

Last night the BBC aired a documentary called ‘Girls on the Edge’ looking at three young women who have been sectioned under the mental health act and are cared for in inpatient units hundreds of miles away from home. The impact this has on, not just the...
Let the Children Come

Let the Children Come

It’s easy to think that children don’t get affected by things like mental illness. And yet concerns about mental health are the number one reason children and young people contacted Childline in 2017 and Place2B3 estimating that 8 in 10 children struggling...
Time to Talk – 5 Ideas to Get Involved

Time to Talk – 5 Ideas to Get Involved

Today is national #TimetoTalk day in the UK and to join in we thought we would  give you a few ideas to start a conversation in your church about mental health. Ask someone new out for a cuppa – you don’t need to lecture them about mental health, but find...
After the Battle

After the Battle

“When the battle was over, there were battle wounds that needed tending.” Timothy Keller Dealing with trauma is like dealing with battle wounds; that which caused the wound might be over, but all have to deal with the effects of the wound; sometimes just...