Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Mental Health and the Church

Faith is a key factor in many people's lives and is found in almost all cultures in Africa and as such leaders within religious organisations are often sought out to provide various levels of counselling and support. 

On Friday, October 10, 2014 (World Mental Health Day), Rick and Kay Warren will host “24 Hours of Hope,” a free global online event designed to encourage individuals living with a mental illness, educate and support their families, and equip church leaders for compassionate and effective mental health ministry.

The “24 Hours of Hope” broadcast features messages from the historic Gathering on Mental Health and the Church (including additional new interviews and messages) from over 30 speakers. These messages are designed to offer hope as well as practical tools to those living with depression, Bipolar Disorder, eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, and Borderline Personality Disorder. Topics include removing stigma, suicide-risk reduction, church counseling, support groups, crisis management, and holistic care.



  1. Hi I would like to get involved in this cause. Can i get your contact details so that we can discuss in detail.

    1. Hi Temi, Thats great news. You can reach us at soundmindafrica@gmail.com