Tag: mental health

lessons learned: resting in the Spirit (World Mental Health Day, October 10)

I shared this sermon at our contemplative service a handful of years ago during Mental Health Awareness Month in the UMC (May). In honor of World Mental Health Day (October 10), I’m reposting.  ~cameron This week, I’ve been struck by the intermingling of mental… Continue Reading “lessons learned: resting in the Spirit (World Mental Health Day, October 10)”

healing

Some days when the scars in my soul remind me they are there, I go out into creation and just be with my God.  I am reminded that there is beauty in each and every living thing, even myself. May is Mental Health Awareness… Continue Reading “healing”

my therapy garden

With May being Mental Health Awareness month, I thought I would write a series of blog posts focusing the spirit, mental health, and creation care. Ecotherapy  utilizing nature and creation as a way of alleviating emotional and mental health issues Several years ago, I… Continue Reading “my therapy garden”

lessons learned: Farmer Boy and resting in the spirit

This week, I’ve been struck by the intermingling of mental health and spiritual health in several situations that have come my way.  They brought to mind this sermon I preached awhile back abut resting in the spirit.  Sometimes as people of faith, I believe… Continue Reading “lessons learned: Farmer Boy and resting in the spirit”

lessons learned: Farmer Boy and resting in the Spirit

28 “Come to me, all of you who are tired from carrying heavy loads, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke and put it on you, and learn from me, because I am gentle and humble in spirit; and you will find rest.… Continue Reading “lessons learned: Farmer Boy and resting in the Spirit”