Coming soon: the Care to Change podcast

Coming soon: the Care to Change podcast

Looking for valuable information about mental health? Want to share the Care to Change team’s knowledge with your congregation? Looking for practical solutions for positive change to listen to while you’re doing your workout routine? We’re about to launch the Care to...

Helpful resources for your congregation

As a longtime pastor, I know there are times when it’s difficult to address a congregant’s needs as quickly as they want. I’ve also learned that may people who think they need a great deal of help really just need a quick dose of common sense. Wouldn’t it be great if...

Join us for Suicide Prevention Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and Care to Change is calling attention to this important issue with a variety of activities. We’d especially like to invite you to our Suicide Prevention Breakfast on September 16th at 8:30-10:30am at the Washington...
Why you can expect to see an increase in suicides

Why you can expect to see an increase in suicides

It’s too early to tell whether the coronavirus will actually lead to some sort of “new normal,” but there is one thing we can confidently predict. The impact the disease has had on our society is going to increase the number of people who die by suicide. No church,...

What does trauma have to do with your church?

Pastors are accustomed to being approached by church members for help with personal problems. Typically, that involves marital discord, addiction, pornography, parenting issues, dealing with grief, or struggling with one’s own faith. Seminary and real-world experience...