Parenting Tips Guide for Church Leaders, Protecting our Children’s Mental Health & Covid-19 Mental Health Handbook
Church leaders are needing wisdom for how to address the issues parents face, especially if the family was is in crisis before the pandemic began.
This new resource from World Without Orphans, World Evangelical Alliance and a number of other agencies, designed specifically for church leaders, addresses the critical needs of parents in congregations and communities. COVID-19 has amplified the needs of families in crisis and stress is rising. Data shows that abuse against children has increased globally, and this resource will hopefully equip you with tools that will promote prevention of abuse.
This new church leaders guide includes sermon suggestions, conversation starters, template text messages, radio announcements and social media content that can be used to reach families in need.
Protecting our Children’s Mental Health
Informing, reassuring and answering questions about Mental Health in children.
re:generation in collaboration with Christ Church Roxeth are running an online Mental Health event designed for parents and others involved with children and young people to be informed, reassured and ask questions about Mental Health issues relevant to their children.
Date: 13th October 2020
The guest speaker is Rachel Newman from the charity Think Twice.
Anyone who wants to attend needs to register on Eventbrite.
Covid-19 Mental Health Handbook
The Wheaton College Humanitarian Disaster Institute Mental Health Handbook covers a range of topics that live at the intersection of COVID-19 and mental health. This 195-page resource brings to attention the myriad mental health needs COVID-19 has brought to the surface while also suggesting ways to cope, move forward, and become more resilient. Explore some of the most important and recent research and insights from great researchers around the world.