In church, no one should have to whisper
about their struggles



Community Wellness Breakfast

Watch this episode of We Believe in Memphis to hear more from Ross Nagler, a social worker/case manager at Integrated Addiction Care and one of the speakers at our February Community Wellness Breakfast. 


Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Romans 12:2 (NIV)

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Don’t forget to MIND

Mental Health Resources

Apart but together, we have entered new territories as we struggle to manage our lives during these unpredictable days. We have learned to socially distance ourselves from neighbors and during necessary trips to the grocery store, all while ensuring that our family and friends are safe and supported.

We have found new ways to worship with our church family and have become adept at connecting with each other through Zoom calls. While we recognize the opportunities that technology provides to all of us—no matter the age—we also know that a face on a screen is but a small reflection of the person we know.

It is not a news flash that life is completely unfamiliar right now. While giving attention and energy to all of these demands, there is a good chance that we will push aside and forget to take care of one crucial thing that impacts us every moment whether we know it or not: our own mental health.