Tag: mental illness
When Depression is Demonic
When Depression is Demonic .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: As I’ve said in many other places, I’m a huge believer that Christians should approach the subject of depression and mental health holistically. That is, we must consider the medical, spiritual, physical, psychological, and emotional angles. We should see counselors, talk to […]
When the Godly Get Depressed
When the Godly Get Depressed .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: A couple of days ago, I shared this tweet: Good people get depressed. Godly people get depressed. Depression isn’t sin. It’s a state. Sometimes it’s circumstantial. Sometimes it’s spiritual. Sometimes it’s chemical. Treat it holistically. Pray. Get counseling. Talk to your […]
Can a Pastor Who Struggles with Depression Remain a Pastor?
Can a Pastor Who Struggles with Depression Remain a Pastor? .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: Charles Spurgeon is considered by most modern evangelicals to be one of the greatest preachers and pastors since the Reformation. But did you know that Spurgeon struggled with depression? To the point of contemplating suicide? He […]