Because mental health and the church are something I’m passionate about, Blessing challenged me to write about it. The conversation of mental health is not new to me. It’s been my job for the past six years–I’ve worked as a clinical counselor in two different community mental health centers, one in Colorado and now in Ohio. I’ve pushed my voice into the conversation of mental health as it applies to faith with ChurchAndMentalHealth.com as I try to be a resource to churches and their members.
This week on the podcast we talk with Justin Funk from bltn about church bulletins. Paper or digital church bulletins? Maybe you’ve switched to digital and are now second-guessing the decision.
Either way, this is a conversation you’ll want to join!
Here I am wishing I could buy you all an ice cream cone but all I’ve got is this Snack Pack; my virtual ice cream cone to you.
Regardless of the size of your church you don’t have the luxury of debating when and why you should use church management system (ChMS) or software. If anything, this post is helping you clarify the why. I’ll also suggest some self-diagnostic questions. We’ll also explore what should / shouldn’t be happening in churches already using ChMS. So, churches already using ChMS should also find this useful.
With so many social media platforms, there are plenty of places where people can say whatever they want to say. They can talk about their life, they can vent, they can celebrate— put simply, they can share their opinions, about anything. And the same goes for the people reading the opinions of others; they can respond with whatever they want to. The problem is when this interaction is negative, or hurtful.
Have you used FaceApp?
It’s the wildly popular image app that can transform your face and “age” your image to see what you will look like in the far future.
Which brings up an interesting topic about data privacy and you!