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Talking about mental health struggles in the church can be tough.

We’ve been hearing from a lot of group members about their experiences with burnout, anxiety, depression, therapy, and other mental health topics. Many of them have shared that they feel the church often mishandles these conversations, and we think it’s about time for that to change.



During the Thrive & Cultivate Summit: A Mental Health Event for Church Leaders, we want to normalize these kinds of conversations among church leaders and their staff teams. We also want to equip them to care for members of their congregation and community who may be struggling.

Since last year’s Thrive & Cultivate event, we’ve been publishing a quarterly digital magazine filled with helpful resources. Our latest issue just came out and is available for sale on Amazon along with all past issues, but we want you to be able to access it completely free.




You can access all of the issues for free, and sign up for this year’s virtual event, at www.thriveandcultivate.com/magazine.




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