March27 , 2023

    Mental Health Summit Strives to End Stigmas and Offer Hope


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    Following the success in Asbury University, a major outreach movement is in motion in California.

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    Regent University in Virginia experienced the call of the Holy Spirit during an outpouring of spiritual renewal.

    Asbury Revival Spreads to Other Christian Universities

    As Asbury University closes revival services to the general public, the nonstop worship phenomenon has reached other universities in the U.S.

    Asbury Revival Attracts Thousands, Moves Services Off Campus

    The small town of Wilmore, Kentucky suddenly became host to an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people who joined the Asbury Revival.

    Samaritan’s Purse Delivers 200 Millionth Shoebox Gift

    Samaritan's Purse reached a new milestone in delivering its 200 millionth shoebox.


    When my brother died by suicide five years ago, we were speechless. Despite the ways he struggled personally, we never considered suicide as a possibility for him. In an instant, mental health became more real to me.

    My opinions, preconceived ideas, and stigmas changed. Before his death, I don’t remember any conversations I’d had about the topic. With the ever-rising suicide rates and the latest media attention surrounding suicide, there is an increased need to shine more light on mental health. Starting conversations about mental health and wellness are crucial to fighting against stigma and giving people the tools needed to identify signs and symptoms with their own loved ones.

    The High Desert Mental Health Summit held at High Desert Church (HDC) last week aimed to gather and create a community of professionals, advocates, and those with life experience to start a conversation about mental health. Conference partners, St. Mary’s Community Health and HDC organized this conference geared toward medical professionals as well as the general public by introducing the new segmented format, which was a change from l