Of all the organs in the body, the brain is the most complex—and the most connected to our overall wellbeing. His own wife’s mental health challenges led Joe Padilla to study and discover a unique scientific and faith approach, and he co-founded the Mental Health Grace Alliance. His wellness plan provides astounding hope for people who suffer from mental illness.
Today Colleen talks with the CEO of The Grace Alliance, Joe Padilla.
What do you mean when you talk about mental health recovery? Does that mean being cured?
What does it mean to build mental health resiliency?
How do you help someone with trust issues work toward mental health resiliency?
How do you help a person who struggles with depression and anxiety understand their worth in Christ?
What do you tell church leaders about helping people with mental health issues?
What resources does the Mental Health Alliance offer to churches?
How can we help church leaders not be afraid of ministering to people with ongoing mental health issues?
Do you find that some church leaders are resistant to helping people with mental health issues because of their own issues?
What have been the results in churches that have implemented your training?
How do you minister to people with ongoing mental health issues?
What do you say to people who are anxious about receiving care for their mental health issues?
What does it mean to be made whole and complete in Christ?
How do you help someone with a terminal condition understand that God is a God of comfort and healing?