NAMI FaithNet Newsletter: August 18, 2006
Recent African American Faith Responses to Mental Illness
Rev. Byron Williams, a syndicated columnist and pastor of the
Read Rev. Williams response to his fellow African American pastor, learn more about the continued challenges facing African American ministries in New Orleans, and access resources available from NAMI for working with African American
Religious Beliefs Can Protect Psychological Well-Being During Stressful Experience
New research presented last week at the American Psychological Association annual meeting sheds more light onto the role that religious beliefs play in a person's well-being.
Researchers found that among 309 patients recovering from heart surgery, those whose religious beliefs
National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness – Now Is the Time to Plan!
The third annual National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding, which is observed on Tuesday, October 3 during Mental Illness Awareness Week, is rapidly approaching.
FaithNet founder Gunnar Christiansen offers some practical suggestions for getting your faith