In 1992, Bob Sorge, pastor and renowned worship leader at the time, loses his voice after an operation to remove an ulcer from his throat… When “why me? why now” doesn’t cut it…
with Rolland Baker of Iris Ministries Global
Studies show one in four adults in America will be affected by a mental illness at some point in their lives. On Friday, October 10, 2014 (World Mental Health Day), Rick and Kay Warren will host “24 Hours of Hope,” a free global online event designed to encourage individuals living with a mental illness, educate and support their families, and equip church leaders for compassionate and effective mental health ministry.
The “24 Hours of Hope” broadcast features messages from the historic Gathering on Mental Health and the Church (including additional new interviews and messages) from over 30 speakers. These messages are designed to offer hope as well as practical tools to those living with depression, Bipolar Disorder, eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, and Borderline Personality Disorder. Topics include removing stigma, suicide-risk reduction, church counseling, support groups, crisis management, and holistic care.
For more info, visit http://mentalhealthandthechurch.com
by Derek Prince
YouTube soaking playlist. A collection of restful, reflective pieces that draws me closer into God’s presence. Includes some Vineyard, Jesus Culture, Rivera, Delirious, etc and some spoken word accompanied by soothing instrumentals. The songs are different from what you hear in the Soaking.Net playlist. This YouTube playlist was compiled and put together by Katherine Walden of I Lift My Eyes Ministries.
GOSPEL SINGER TIM DANIEL DECEASED
(update from his friend Tony Petty)
“It is with deep sadness that I should let you know that our brother in Christ, Tim Daniel, is now with the Lord. I’m sure that his heart is rejoicing to be with Jesus while mine presently is breaking with the loss of such a dear friend. In the 35 years that I have known Tim, Jesus has always been the focus of his heart and mind. My only consolation comes from knowing that he is now where he has always wanted to be – In the arms of our loving savior Jesus.”
“As I had mentioned to many of you earlier, Tim was involved in an auto accident Saturday evening in Indianapolis Indiana. His wife Savina and son Jason have traveled to the hospital in Indianapolis and were with him today. Please keep them and the rest of his family in your prayers.”
More from TIM DANIELS (Thank you Tim!)