Cheryl Andrews, a social worker and counsellor joins us for a conversation about spirituality, shame and what it might look like to disentangle them.
Category: Mental health
Dr Joel Hollier used to believe celibacy was the only option for a gay Christian like him. Now, he’s married, co-pastoring a church, and here to share his story about the journey in between.
One of the most distressing experiences we can have is to be rejected or judged by our own tribe. Our need for belonging and connection is so strong, that it makes it incredibly difficult to ask a question or express a view that might cross a boundary and threaten our place in a community. This is the pain point of many spiritual misfits. We … Read More Affirmations: for when you feel misunderstood or judged by your tribe.
Olivia Wolfe reflects on a journey of doubt and the difficult process it took to begin sharing her thoughts out loud.
“Sometimes, I wonder how different life would be if I wasn’t afflicted in this way. Would I be leading a ministry somewhere? Would I be bolder in sharing the Gospel?” Jeremy discusses his personal story amidst mental health challenges.