Medi-Share is partnering with ChurchCommunications.com for a free virtual mental health summit for church leaders being held May 21-22, 2021. The online event is designed to increase awareness and education about mental health concerns in the personal lives of church leaders and across church communities during this pandemic time period.
“Mental health is one issue pastors and church leaders cannot ignore as we come out of this pandemic. This event offers a great first step for church teams to get up to speed,” said Kenny Jahng, Chief Innovation Officer for ChurchCommunications.com.
This event will have over 30 speakers that are qualified mental health professionals, church leaders, and non-clinical professionals including:
- Kay Warren
- Jon Acuff
- Crystal Collier
- Carey Nieuwhof
- Carlos Wittaker
- William Vanderbloemen
- and 25+ other speakers
Katie Allred, Chief Engagement Officer for ChurchCommunications.com said, “The church has a huge opportunity to help others live well both inside and outside the church walls. I love how all of our speakers and partners are coming together to help local pastors and leaders learn more about mental health.”
Thrive & Cultivate is designed for ministry leaders who align with the current state of the church to bring them new perspective, support, and new strategy to implement in their life, ministry, and community.
Medi-Share is glad to partner with ChurchCommunications.com so they can offer this event completely free to pastors, church staff, and church volunteers. Attendees can register for a free ticket by visiting ThriveandCultivate.com.
Barry Sneed, Executive Director of the Medi-Share Pastor’s Alliance at Christian Care Ministry said, “One benefit of a counselor is that they can help identify patterns that may play out in your ministry. They gift you with the ability to explore with openness who you are, who God made you to be, and who you are becoming.”
The full schedule and event details are available at ThriveandCultivate.com.
About Church Communications: Church Communications is an organization aimed at helping church communications professionals communicate well for their local churches. To learn more, visit www.churchcommunications.com.
About Christian Care Ministry/ Medi-Share: Christian Care Ministry (CCM), a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, based in Melbourne, FL, operates the Medi-Share program, a Christian health care sharing program that provides an affordable alternative to health insurance for faith-based consumers. Founded in 1993, Medi-Share currently serves over 400,000 members across America. For more information about Medi-Share, Visit: https://www.medishare.com. For more information about Christian Care Ministry, Visit: https://mychristiancare.org/