Focus on Wholeness

Faith & Mental Health

About This Series

In this series, we are diving in deep to a conversation about faith and our mental health. With special guest appearances, like Dr Caroline Leaf and Dr Santa Ono, we will be discovering the Biblical and scientific truths of how to live a life of freedom in our minds.

“Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.”

Matthew 11:28-30 (NKJ)
Part 1

God Cares: Lifting Us From Depression

Part 2

Three Ingredients to Healing Depression

Part 3

Dealing With Anxiety

Part 4

Biblical Meditation

Guest Speakers

Featured guests from this series

Get Help

Mental Health resources

We all face situations in life where we need care and support. In some cases, our situation is unique, desperate, and requires the attention of more immediate and professional help. We know that in these times it can be difficult to even know where to begin – but we can help!

Below is a link to organizations specializing in crisis and counselling situations. When contacting any organization it is important to make an independent assessment of the organization and their qualifications.

From the Blog

Articles written on the topic of mental health and wholeness

How To Find What You’ve Lost

Even if we lose something that’s not considered high value, we still deal with the emotions of frustration or sadness. When we lose something and can’t find it, it sits in the back of our mind as something unresolved. We feel responsible and sometimes horrible about losing it. There’s also a sense of frustration about the time we’ve taken up trying to find the item or the expense of having to replace it. It’s painful to think about.

How Can I Be Continually Appreciative of the Blessings in My Life?

Giving thanks is not only being conscious of and acknowledging the good things that we have received, but also being genuinely appreciative of them. How can we be continually appreciative of the blessings in our lives? I propose we first get to know the Giver of blessings, that we practice gratitude daily, and that we express gratitude through our actions.

Here to Serve

Have you ever wondered why we call our weekend gatherings at church a service? If you are new to church or Christianity, this may seem like an odd description of the time where we stand and sing, and then sit and listen to a sermon. Many churches are moving away from using the term service and replacing it for more palatable terms like the “church experience,” or “gathering.”