Christianity and Mental Health

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Jim Lewis of Southwest Counseling joins Kim as today's featured guest. Jim explains how Christianity promotes mental health and it needs to be challenged to do more.

Christianity promotes mental health, but it can and should do more

“What is mental health?” It’s a question that seems obvious on its face, but the answer is deep and complicated. Jim Lewis of Southwest Counseling joins Kim as today’s featured guest. In today’s show, Kim and Jim discuss how mental health is misused and used as an excuse, which then segues directly into issues of sin, grace, forgiveness, and how Christianity promotes mental health in ways that secular humanism does not. However, Christians need to be challenged to key areas to bring God’s grace to the arena of mental health. This is a very deep and insightful episode.

 

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