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Mental illness impacts 1 in 5 people. The Outside In podcasts educate, equip & empower the Church to tangibly and practically love people with mental illness, bringing them into the body of Christ.

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Mental health ministry isn't about a staff position or a new program; it's about ending stigma and being the hands and feet of Jesus to the 1 in 4 people around me who have a mental illness. Join us on Saturday November 19 in... more

Catherine Boyle, founder and president of Outside-In Ministries, works with communities of faith to create welcoming and supportive settings for people living with mental health challenges. Mental health is an uncomfortable topic for... more

Outside In Ministries is experiencing tremendous opportunities, in connecting with individuals and churches to break down the stigma of mental illness. Outside In Ministries begins a new phase of ministry within the next couple of months,... more

With the very real stigma that exists around mental illness, people are often reluctant to get a diagnosis. Particularly within the Church, a mental health diagnosis is often seen as a failure, lack of faith, or refusal to acknowledge sin.... more

A recent meditation on life and scripture revealed that it wasn't only my sin and your sin that caused Jesus to suffer on the cross, it was the PAIN associated with those sins. The other side of sin is where Christ's decision to lay down His life... more

An intensely spiritual recent evening reminded me that no one is above another when compared to the cross of Christ. And the event had nothing to do with faith, spirituality or God. The event was secular, but united the audience in ways... more

The relationship between mental illness and violence is often discussed, but typically only in situations where the perpetrator of violence is mentally ill. Far more often, people with mental illness are likely to be victims of violence, rather... more

Mental health care is currently provided by three distinct cultural groups in the US: government, the private sector and the Church. The government offers services and information at local, state and federal levels; the private sector offers... more

Catherine Boyle interviews Tim Glover, a Richmond Virginia based mental health peer support specialist on his experience with mental illness, what has been helpful in his journey and a few positive ideas that can help your faith... more

How do you define revival? What if revival has less to do with bring in a speaker and more to do with the health of the local body of Christ? Catherine Boyle explores how revival can happen in your faith community, just by following one... more

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