We have a mental health crisis in the church, and it's not just affecting our congregations—it's affecting our church leaders too.
As pastors, we often find ourselves running on empty. The pressure to be perfect is high, but being human means that perfection isn't possible. And when we're not perfect...we feel like failures.
Thrive & Cultivate provides an online summit for pastors and ministry leaders that will focus on both—the mental health of our church leaders as well as how we can help those around us who are hurting or suffering from depression or anxiety. It also includes resources to equip churches with the tools they need to care for their own communities and members while helping them live healthy lives themselves!
This FREE event will be exclusively online. All of the sessions will be available on-demand. This means that on May 21, you will have access to ALL the Day 1 sessions and can watch them in any order you like, any time of the day. On May 22, you'll get access to ALL of the Day 2 sessions. If you want to get access even after the event ends, check out our All Access Replay Pass.REGISTER NOW
WHO YOU'LL HEAR FROM
MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
WHAT THEY'LL BE TALKING ABOUT
The first day will focus on self-care for pastors and church leaders. Our speakers will teach you strategies to help you thrive in your leadership role while making sure that you're taking care of yourself.
The second day will focus on mental health as a ministry. Our congregations and communities need care and support now more than ever. Learn how your church can address their needs in meaningful ways.
You won't want to miss this conference! It's going to be a fantastic event with great people passionate about helping others live well both inside and outside the church walls. We hope that by attending, you will get some practical tools and find encouragement from other leaders who have been there before too!REGISTER NOW
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
This event is 100% online. That means no travel, no airports, no waiting in line. Join us from anywhere in the world, all you need is a good wifi connection.
During this two day event, you will hear from licensed counselors, psychologists, authors, teachers, church leaders, pastors, thinkers, and innovators about their experience and knowledge.
We wanted to make sure everyone had access to this content– no matter your schedule. During the event, you'll have access. to all the sessions to watch at any time and in any order.
MAY 21 IS CHURCH MENTAL HEALTH DAY.
We recognize that mental health matters to the overall health of our leaders and our communities. That's why we've declared May 21 Church Mental Health Day. We hope this will create space and time for churches and their teams to take time to rest and open up the floor for important and necessary conversations.ADD TO MY CALENDAR
New York Times Bestselling Author
The Soundtracks We All Listen To
Author, Founding Pastor
2 Keys To Building A Life You Don’t Want To Escape From
A Church-Initiated Mental Health
Dr. Crystal Collier
Divine Transformational Solutions, LLC
Mental Health and the Church: You Can Love Jesus & Have A Therapist
Loving God with All Your Strength
Sharon J. Lawrence
Selah Wellness & Therapeutic Services, LLC
Mental Health Is Physical Health
#leadstrong: Learning about Mental Health, Faith, and Leadership
Dr. Lyndon Wall
Founder and CEO
Founder & CEO
LivingUNDIVIDED and WorkingUNDIVIDED
Thriving in a Perfect Storm
President & Co-Founder
Smart Phone Sanity
Writer, Producer and Owner
Music Is A Powerful Gift From God
Rev. Jermine Alberty
Pathways to Promise
Your Health Matters "Believe it, Receive it, Act on It."
BE Consulting Group
Blessed Is The Pastor Who Mourns
WellSpring Community Church
Four Kinds of Energy to Monitor and Manage
Author, Speaker, Emotional Health Coach
Advice from a Pastor with a Broken Brain
The DTR Blog
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Model and Emotion Regulation Resources
Founding and Lead Pastor
Village Church Baltimore
Mental Wholeness for Leaders of Color
Rev. Hilda R. Davis, PhD, LPC
HR Davis Wellness
Revitalize Your Older Adult Ministry
CEO and Co-Founder
Technology for Good
Associate Pastor, Founder & President
Lakewood Church & Champions Club
Mental Health Ministry In A Large Church Setting
Dr. Brent Saathoff
CityChurch San Antonio
Creating a Safe Culture for People To Pursue Mental Health
5 Ways to Practice Self-Care
The Serial Intellectual
The Pillars of Soul Care
Hope Made Strong
3 Steps to Building A Sustainable Care Ministry
Trauma-Certified Story Coach & Founder
Miramare Ponte Press, LLC
Storytelling and Stress - How God Heals Through Your Story
First Impressions Conference
Take Courage: Winning the War on Fear
Dr. Merry C. Lin
Dr. Lin & Associates
Stress Management, Overfunctioning, and Happiness Hacks
New City Church
5 Practical Ways to Walk with Others Through Tragedy
Pierce Taylor Hibbs
Author & Teacher
What Christians with Mental Health Challenges Need to Hear
How I Fight Suicide Battles
How Churches and Christian Counselors Connect
How to Make Your Church a Safe Space for People Struggling with Mental Health
Karen E. Mason
Professor of Counseling and Psychology
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Church Leaders’ Role in Suicide Prevention
Jonathon M. Seidl
Author, Finding Rest: A Survivor’s Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life.
The 3 Things an Anxiety Sufferer Wishes the Church Would Say
Dr. Steve Grcevich
President and Founder
Why Your Church Needs a Mental Health Inclusion Strategy
Untying the Knots of the Heart
Turn Your Small Groups into Healing Communities
Executive Director and Psychologist
Blessing Ranch Ministries
The Counterintuitive Life: Don't Let Circumstances Define Your Emotional and Spiritual Wellness
Dr. Jared Pingleton
Clinical Psychologist / Minister / Author
Mental Health and the Church: The Struggle is Real
Student Ministry Specialist
Lifeway Students X Youth Ministry Booster
The Most Important Spiritual Practice for Self-Care This Year is Stillness
One Thing That Can Make All the Difference
Licensed Professional Counselor and Author, Creator of TrueLoveDates.com
Becoming Emotionally Healthy Christians
Director of Partnerships
Learning From Your Youngest Leaders
Founder & Co-Director
Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College
Spiritual First Aid
Using Technology to Draw People Close
Director of Master of Marriage & Family Therapy
The King's University
Church Rehab: When Spirituality Hurts
Mental Health Ministry Director
How To Create A Successful Mental Health Ministry
God Opening Doors Through Anxiety
Director / Founder
Tina J. Smith & Associates Counseling & Psychotherapy
Relationship: The Key that Unlocks all Chains
More Exciting Speakers Coming Soon!
More Exciting Speakers Coming Soon!
More Exciting Speakers Coming Soon!
MEET YOUR HOSTS
Kenny Jahng is the founder and CEO of Big Click Syndicate, a strategic content marketing agency that helps nonprofits, cause-driven & faith-based ministries/churches build and engage their core audiences. Big Click Syndicate has created and managed performance-based marketing campaigns for brands such as the American Bible Society, Biblica, California Baptist University, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, and the United Methodist Church. Connect with Kenny @KennyJahng on Twitter or Instagram, KennyJahng.com, or LinkedIn through his #DailyKJTV vlog.
Katie Allred works with nonprofits, churches, and businesses to help increase reach through websites, social media, and online marketing. She is the founder of ChurchCommunications.com, an online community for church leaders featuring a Facebook group, podcast, and website. She is also an assistant professor of marketing and software development at the University of Mobile. She blogs at KatieAllred.com and ChurchCommunications.com.
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