i'm scared tool kit

i'm sCARED - tool kit

Maybe it would do us all some good to honestly talk about it. To remove any stigma, any embarrassment, any “faking fine,” and as a family open up some life-giving dialogue and invite God to meet us there. To help you on this journey our team has collected some resources to point you towards your next step.

week #3 resources

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So all month long we’re asking the question What’s on your MIND?  We’re attempting to have an honest conversation about mental health. The evidence is overwhelming that our global covid pandemic has led to a mental and emotional health pandemic. If you find yourself or a loved one in a season of anxiety check out these resources our team has collected for support groups, counseling, our upcoming mental health panel, books, prayers, and meditations.

support groups
and counseling resources

To speak with a pastor please call our office or come to church this weekend before or after any service. We don’t want you to navigate these seasons alone. We have a caring community of people, who will walk beside you on your journey to hope and healing. 

support groups for women

support groups for men

book resources

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Even though I walk
through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me.  Psalm 23:4
PRAYER: God, I’m in this dark valley, but I will not be afraid because you’re in control and good
and with me.

Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. Philippians 1:6
PRAYER: God, I’m going to be confident, in spite of the fact that I messed up, you’re doing a good work in my life. And you’re not done with me.

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7
PRAYER: God, I’m casting my anxiety on you now… And I’m going to position myself between your goodness and trusting that you are in control.

christian meditation apps

MENTAL HEALTH EVENT
AT EASTSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Mental health issues impact not just the individual but their family and friends as well. When someone we love is struggling, we often don’t know how to respond or support them, and we don’t know how to effectively care for ourselves to make sure that we remain healthy. Join us as we hear from a panel of experts to learn how to best care for our loved ones and ourselves.

 to speak with one of our pastors please stop by information during beFOre or after any of our weekend services or click the button below.
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