Welcome to The Sanctuary Blog, where we open up important conversations about mental health and faith, exploring the discomfort of real life experiences and giving them space to breathe. Our aim is to create a platform that closes the silent space where shame and confusion have thrived and instead makes room to do the important work of thinking well about mental health, theologically.

Anxiety

An Invitation

In Philippians 4:6 Paul writes:  Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to

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Anxiety

Prayers for this Season

PRAYERS FROM THE SANCTUARY TEAM One way of remaining grounded in hope and peace during anxious times is by continuing to pray. The team at

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Audio Resources

Because We Hunkered Down

A POEM BY MALCOLM GUITE “Because We Hunkered Down” is from Malcolm Guite’s 2016 collection, Parable and Paradox, and is featured in The Sanctuary Course. As we hunker

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Suffering Hope

Those of us within the Christian faith have an exciting and important role to play in the nurturing and recovery of mental health. When people

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Words Matter

“People these days pop a Xanax instead of reaching for their Bibles.” Blood rushed to my cheeks, and I felt the familiar heat of shame

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Welcome to The Sanctuary Blog

Welcome to The Sanctuary Blog, where we open up important conversations about mental health and faith, exploring the discomfort of real life experiences and giving

Read More »
Anxiety

An Invitation

In Philippians 4:6 Paul writes:  Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to

Read More »
Anxiety

Prayers for this Season

PRAYERS FROM THE SANCTUARY TEAM One way of remaining grounded in hope and peace during anxious times is by continuing to pray. The team at

Read More »
Audio Resources

Because We Hunkered Down

A POEM BY MALCOLM GUITE “Because We Hunkered Down” is from Malcolm Guite’s 2016 collection, Parable and Paradox, and is featured in The Sanctuary Course. As we hunker

Read More »
The purpose of The Sanctuary Blog is to raise awareness and start conversations about mental health in the Church. Consequently, The Sanctuary Blog is intended for informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or mental health advice. If you feel you may need medical or mental health advice, please consult a qualified healthcare professional.
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