More from Saddleback Church’s Mental Health Community
Photo from this past event, and hop on over to our YouTube channel here to view a few video clips! May is Mental Health Awareness month, and SFSG was honored to be invited to the Vineyard Anaheim (VA) to help start the conversation. Join VA during their 10-week series focused on mental health.
SFSG visited Hyde Park Vineyard Church in Chicago as introduction to “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality” series. See photos from this past event, and listen to the message here.
SFSG is proud to be an official sponsor for the Association of Christians in Student Development (ACSD) Our exhibit table provided resources to professionals in higher education from across the nation and our friends, Alana Roth, Psy.D. and Carla Ripley, LCPC presented at Wheaton College: “Crisis on Campus: Suicide Prevention for College Professionals”.
Photos below are from this past event. Together, we are “Remembering Forward”.
See photos from this past event! SFSG was in attendance at High Desert Church’s 2nd Mental Health Summit in Victorville, CA. David Mandani spoke as evening keynote speaker.
Valuable information from Saddleback Church’s Mental Health Community
Tune in on May 18, 2019 for a MAYDAY symposium on this important topic. You don’t want to miss Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, JP Moreland, as he shares his journey through anxiety and depression, and special guest interview with David Mandani! Hosted by Phoenix Seminary.
Go to loveandtransformation.org or click here for more information!
Video is unavailable from this event. Calling all men to a conference – just for men. Join SFSG Founder, David Mandani, as he shares his recovery journey and common barriers that men encounter when it comes to mental health.
SFSG served as an exhibitor for San Clemente Presbyterian Church’s Mental Health Awareness night 2019. Visitors came by our Community Resources table for information, resources and free giveaways. See photos from this past event here:
Join Mike Erre at VOX Podcasts for THIS podcast worth listening to: