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This podcast is open to all children, youth, young adults including military members who need to SPEAK UP and SPEAK OUT about their feelings and emotions to lessen the suicidal attempts and acts that plague our country especially during the pandemic COVID-19. Let’s talk about it. Get resources, materials, and more through this interactive podcast NOW.
 
Can mental health challenges and faith co-exist? Join Sarah Kift, a member of the Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries team, as she interviews theologians, writers, leaders, and people living with mental health challenges. If you want inspiration, insight, and resources to equip your community to be a sanctuary for all people, at all stages of their mental wellness journeys, this is the podcast for you. **The purpose of The Sanctuary Podcast is to raise awareness and start conversations about ...
 
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There are many challenges specific to ministry and leadership, particularly when one is struggling with mental health. It can be hard to know where to access help and support, as well as finding safe spaces to unburden oneself. Counsellor, researcher, and writer Dr. Hillary McBride reflects on some of the ways in which we leave our bodies, ourselve…
 
We discussed a wide array yet central areas to the topic of first how we need to change the language of Mental Illness and call it Wellness! Tune in!โดย All for One and One for All, Inc.
 
What a Powerful and Impactful Discussion about What Mental Health Looks Like? It can look like many things but until we address who we really are as a individual then we won't experience true peace or a piece of mind! We also touch on Luke 8 and receive a PROPHETIC word of encouragement. This is not just a social media platform but it is a MOVEMENT…
 
Mental health is not a Black issue, a White issue, a Asian issue or even a color, race, creed, or religion issue but it is a PEOPLE issue. Great dialogue about the NEED for Mental Health Awareness and WHY?!โดย All for One and One for All, Inc.
 
Start Mental Health Awareness Month with a grounding exercise by Sanctuary Ambassador Hillary McBride. Find a calm place physically, mentally, and emotionally with this guided meditation.โดย Sanctuary Mental Health
 
Sanctuary’s UK National Director, Corin Pilling, shares the gifts and challenges he’s experienced in lockdown, particularly as a single person living in the centre of London. He highlights practical ways to maintain mental wellbeing amidst busy city life; what led him to his role at Sanctuary; and how churches can re-model and re-imagine community …
 
Kathy Spooner, Director of Counselling and Psychotherapy at the Association of Christian Counsellors in the UK, shares how true Christian discipleship requires us to confront and care about the suffering and hurt in the world. She also discusses some of the challenges Christians may face in deciding whether to seek professional counselling help.…
 
Sarah Kift, Mental Health First Aid-trained coach and podcast host, shares candidly about the challenges and joys of parenting two young children during the COVID-19 pandemic. She talks about how living in this strange and difficult season has helped her reassess her desire for perfection and success, enabled her to connect with her church communit…
 
Danny Cheah, Head of Clinical Services at the Alfred Hospital Child and Youth Mental Health Service in Melbourne, Australia, discusses what churches can do to support people living with mental health challenges. He talks about the importance of self-care; the need to reclaim spirituality in the mental health space; and how Christian discipleship is…
 
UK-based writer, Amy-Louisa Robinson, shares candidly about living with lupus and its impacts on her mental health. She charts the turning points of her journey in seeking God for healing, and articulates the importance of living with vulnerability and honesty amidst deep, long-term suffering.โดย Sanctuary Mental Health
 
Global Student Mission Lead for UK-based university student movement Fusion, Miriam Swanson, shares some precious life lessons she’s received from slowing down during COVID-19. She talks about how to wean ourselves off our "addiction to busyness", and emphasizes the need for churches to befriend young adults who are going through mental health chal…
 
Director of UK-based charity Renew Wellbeing, Ruth Rice, talks about the importance of creating virtual spaces for churches and individuals to continue connecting with others during COVID-19. She reflects on how the pandemic has encouraged the Church to re-engage with its primary language of prayer, and shares several resources to help develop dail…
 
Psychologist, Pastor and Director of UK-based faith and mental health organization The Mind and Soul Foundation, Kate Middleton, discusses core practices for maintaining mental wellness through the ups and downs of the COVID-19 pandemic. She talks about incorporating rhythms of rest, managing awkward and difficult emotions, and finding joy and conn…
 
Karen Giesbrecht, a registered dietitian based in Vancouver, Canada, shares her experiences working with food programs in the city during COVID-19. She highlights the pandemic’s impacts on food security in vulnerable communities, and discusses the relationship between food and mental health. A Note of Caution: This episode of The Sanctuary Podcast …
 
Professor of Spirituality, Theology & Health, and Director of the Centre for Spirituality, Theology & Health, at Durham University, Christopher C. H. Cook, shares about the inspiration behind his upcoming book Christian Hearing Voices. He discusses the importance of discernment when it comes to hearing voices, how religious and non-religious accoun…
 
Chief Growth Officer at Himalayan Life and Sanctuary’s new Director of Development (surprise!), Markku Kostamo, talks about the gift of living in community during COVID-19, the disorientation of this liminal space we find ourselves in, and the practices that are helping him stay well and grounded.โดย Sanctuary Mental Health
 
President of InterVarsity Canada, Nigel Pollock, reflects on the challenges of ministry during this season of physical distancing. He discusses the impact of loneliness on students, the difficulties of navigating life and leadership in the absence of fixed markers or transitions, and the ways in which the Church can become a more authentic expressi…
 
Mental health advocate and author, Elli Johnson, discusses parenting during the pandemic, accepting limits, allowing our emotions to move through us, and the therapeutic value of tears. She shares candidly about the challenges of finding a home in the Church, where works are often prioritized, as a person who has rejected the message that we need t…
 
During these extraordinary times, while we can’t be with each other physically, we can reach out through screens and over phones, and we can share our stories with each other. Join Sanctuary's CEO, Daniel Whitehead, as he interviews pastors, front line workers, ministry leaders, and friends about their experience of the pandemic and where they are …
 
In this short interview, Sanctuary Ambassador John Swinton explains how those of us who are struggling to find our value apart from our work can reframe our perspective of where value comes from and understand our value by knowing God.See the video or read the transcript of this interview on our website: www.sanctuarymentalhealth.org…
 
Sanctuary Ambassador Hillary McBride wrote and recorded a grounding meditation designed for those who may be experiencing heightened anxiety or fear at this time. This meditation is meant to help calm the mind and the body. She also provides some tips for supporting mental health while practicing social distancing, which can be found on our blog at…
 
The University of British Columbia’s President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Santa Ono, shares candidly about his own mental health journey and how faith and the love of Christians buoyed and carried him through dark times. He discusses his role at one of Canada’s top universities, and his efforts to raise awareness, shape policy, and allocate funding a…
 
Poet, priest, and professor Malcolm Guite discusses the intersection of faith, mental health, and literature. He shares his journey, some of his newest sonnets, and his insights into how to live a life of art and feeling amidst depression, one of the most common mental health issues.โดย Sanctuary Mental Health
 
Practical theologian Rev. Dr. John Swinton talks about faith, mental health, and all the ways in which our culture, particularly Church culture, can exclude those whose voices, whose songs, and whose lives don’t fit the "standard format." He offers up some new ways of seeing in which difference and disability are welcomed, embraced, and understood …
 
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