Have Hope; Will Travel

with Katie Axelson

The Church and Mental Health with Therapist Anne Rulo

Anne is a author, speaker, coaching wife, and licensed therapist who is passionate about the intersection of faith and mental health.

In episode {18} she shares about what it was like to lose her dad at 16, how the church can better support those with mental health concerns, and that it’s ok not to know the answer.

A lot of times we use scripture to shame ourselves rather than support us in the battles we face. As Anne points out, shame and regret do us no good.

Questions Address:

  • How can the church be stronger when it comes to mental health? 
  • How did losing your dad shape your career path?
  •  What’s it like being a white family in a predominately African-American church?
  • What do you wish everyone knew?

Come hear Anne’s heart, learn from her, and let her escort you into the presence of Jesus.

Find episode {18} on iTunes, Spotify, and your favorite podcasting app or read the transcript.

Be sure to connect with Anne on her blog, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

What resonated with you most from Anne’s story? Share in the comments.

If you have a story you want to share on the Have Hope; Will Travel podcast, let us know and we might feature you on the show.