Gracefully Broken Ministry
The mission of Gracefully Broken is to provide a space for you to share and be met with the Word of God and tools to bring healing, peace, and love. We understand we all go through life and at times it can be so challenging. Sometimes issues arise such as stress, depression, anxiety, loneliness, etc. Our goal is to always point you to Jesus, the one true source of hope, healing, and comfort, as well as provide you with the resources you need to get your mind to a healthy place.
We know and understand we are in a strange place and time in America and across the world. People can no longer worship in person with each other. Many of us have lost our jobs, or we are working from home. Parents have become teachers, and daycare workers. Families struggle to try to navigate this new landscape. This is a trying time. What can we do as people of faith, when we find ourselves feeling worried about how to hold onto hope? If we read the bible, we will see that some of the great men of God at times suffered from depression.
Here are some tips that will help you with your mental health during this time.
Tip #1 - Reach out to someone - the enemy wants you to feel alone. You are never alone!
Tip #2 - Identify what you are feeling and why - Sometimes we can feel so many things all at once. Taking time to be still in the presence of God and identifying what you are feeling and why will help you address it.
Tip #3 - Get active, take a walk, go on a hike, dance, etc. - Getting active and getting your body moving is a good natural way to help you on your mental health journey.
Tip #3 - It’s ok to speak with a doctor or counselor - you have nothing to be embarrassed about. If you need to speak with a doctor or counselor about what you are struggling with, please do reach out to one.
Gracefully Broken meets every other Sunday from 3pm-4pm.
Please reach out to Sable Horton at (925) 529-7233 or at email@example.com to be added to the Gracefully Broken email list.
Psalm 143:7 “He heals the Brokenhearted and binds up their wounds”
Elijah, 1 Kings 19:1-18,
David Psalm 51; Psalm 32: 1-5
Moses, Numbers 11:10-16
Jonah chapter 4:1-11.
You are not alone! - Deuteronomy 31:6-8, Joshua 1:5-9, Psalm 94:14, John 14-18