As Christians, we are God’s new creation (2 Cor. 5:17) strengthened by His grace and the Holy Spirit to walk in newness of life toward well-being in all areas.
The seven areas of wellness grow out of our Baptism. Romans 6:4 reminds us, “We were buried therefore with [Christ] by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.”
Personalized Counseling Sessions: St. Peter's Lutheran Church (marriage, parenting, grief, illness, etc)
I Trust When Dark My Road: A Lutheran View of Depression: Book by Rev. Todd Peperkorn
Suicide Prevention: Know the Risk Factors: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Writings About Emotional Well-being: Articles by Deaconess Heidi Goehmann
Coffee Hour: St. Peter's Lutheran Church (light lunch and visiting following Sunday worship on the 3rd Sunday of each month)
Twisted Sisters: St. Peter's Lutheran Church (sewing, crocheting group, meets 4th Monday each month)
Euchre Group: St. Peter's Lutheran Church (cards and fellowship)
Emergency Meal Prep: C.O.S. - Church Out Serving's community kitchen (volunteers prep meals at St. Peter's)
Ladies Aid: St. Peter's Lutheran Church (volunteer support for St. Peter's and community programs)
Bible study: St. Peter's Lutheran Church Small Group Sunday mornings at church or at home during the week
The Word Endures Podcasts: Pastor Will Wheedon
Issues, Etc.: a syndicated radio talk show and podcast, featuring expert guests, expansive topics, while extolling Christ.
Faith Courses: Concordia Publishing House (online courses private mentoring)
Downloadable online Bible study videos: Lutheran Hour Ministries written by pastors and other professionals.
Devotional Apps: Lutheran Hour Ministries
This webpage is not intended to be a substitute for regular physical or mental health care. Please connect with a local health provider and services for regular care. If you need help finding local resources contact us.
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