Dr. Christina Edmondson is convinced that since our brain is part of our body, we need to pursue good “brain health.” Our brains are a gift from God and we need to be good stewards of our brains just like we need to be good stewards of our whole body. So, how do we take good care of our brains? How do we practice good mental health? Join the Discover the Word group this week as Dr. Christina Edmondson takes us to some passages of Scripture that offer mental health best practices, and help us keep our brains healthy.
“Self-care” is something of a buzzword these days. It could mean anything from exercise, to eating healthy, to spending a relaxing day at the spa. In this chapter, you’ll consider self-care from a biblical perspective and examine how Jesus engaged in self-care for the purpose of self-sacrifice.
Busyness can be an addicting drug! When we’re not constantly doing something productive, it can feel as if we’re wasting time. In this chapter, you’ll be reminded that even God Himself rested because rest is essential for our mental, physical and spiritual health.
When life isn’t going quite as we planned, it’s easy to lose sight of the positives and focus on the negatives. In this chapter, you’ll learn why a grateful heart in all circumstances is beneficial to both your spiritual and mental health.
Many people go about their day with a playlist or radio playing music in the background. But music is more than just pleasant to listen to! In this chapter, you’ll consider the way that music and singing praises to the Lord improves our mental health.
Hope is something you may not be able to touch or see. But you can’t survive a moment without it! In this chapter, you’ll discover the one true source of hope we have in Jesus Christ.