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Depression is an invisible sickness. It cannot be seen. A broken leg is obvious. But a broken soul—is there such a thing?
May God grant each of us eyes to see and minds to grasp the sure salvation offered us in Christ!
Southern Baptists have addressed mental health needs through resolutions, entity actions, and an advisory group to provide insight and resources for mental health issues.
The present article is an attempt to represent the nature of the Mental Health Advisory Group's work and the hope generated among the members because of their work.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Pruet School of Christian Studies hosted the sixth annual Conference on Issues in Christian Counseling at OBU on February 26.
Southern Baptist Child Care ministries “have been very productive in the vital work of creating faith-based community counseling centers.”
The advisory group met on November 21 in Nashville to discuss each subgroup's findings and begin the process of collating their findings into its report.
SBC entities are highlighting the importance of mental health ministry in response to a motion made at the 2013 annual meeting.
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