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As a church family, we are committed to caring for one another in practical ways. Counselors address questions for different topics each week related to mental, emotional, and relational health. Head over to our Instagram account @mcleanbible to ask questions or go here to see past topics and answers.
Registration for any of these can be found on Classes page.
God in His common grace has also provided experts who can help us in particularly difficult circumstances. See our counseling resources featuring counselors, psychiatrists, and specialists in the area. Please note, MBC does not specifically endorse any of the providers or services listed in this list.
God has designed His church to be a caring family. At MBC, the primary way we organize our church is through discipleship groups. Discipleship groups are the primary we care for one another at MBC. For more information about them, visit our groups page.
As a supplement to groups, MBC also has a variety of care ministries which serve specific needs. You can view them in the “Care Ministry” section of our monthly Ministry Directory.
Does the Bible have anything to say about mental health? What role does your faith play when facing mental illness? How should a Christian think about diagnoses, medication, and counseling? How can Christian parents navigate areas of their children’s mental health?
These are only some of the questions believers wrestle with regarding mental health and faith. The church has a valuable voice into these matters and we want to create space for believers to wrestle with these important topics and get answers. Watch our 4-part class, a panel of believing counselors, mentors, pastors, and Christian mental health experts that will help answer the questions you wrestle with.