Five Myths About Depression That Persist in the Church

Christian writer Brandon Peach writes in The Relevant Magazine about the misunderstandings that persist among Christians regarding depression and anxiety. As a sufferer managing both, he has particularly keen insights, including into how prayer and Scripture can help someone suffering with depression or anxiety but is not the answer for dealing with what is a… Read More Five Myths About Depression That Persist in the Church

When Someone You Love Has Been Sexually Abused

Teresa Pitt Green, Co-Founder This is  one in a series of related articles written at the invitation of Orthodoxy in Dialogue, which is a leading blog for the Orthodox Church published and edited by doctoral students of theology at the University of Toronto. While written from the perspective of a Roman Catholic, the editors and readers… Read More When Someone You Love Has Been Sexually Abused

Peacemaking Circles and the Ministry of Reconciliation

By Rev. David Kelly, C.PP.S., Executive Director, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation As Christians, we are called to be ambassadors for Christ and share in his mission of reconciliation. It is our gratitude for the reconciling power of the blood of Christ which impels those of us who seek to live as ambassadors of reconciliation.  We… Read More Peacemaking Circles and the Ministry of Reconciliation