The Unspoken Conversation is an incomplete story. It may never be finished. And that’s a good thing because our goal is to dive deep into topics that many people struggle to talk about, and keep the conversation going.
Our primary vehicle to expand this conversation is through our weekly podcast. The podcast focuses on the struggles people have with mental health. Each episode will tackle topics like anxiety, depression, eating disorders and dementia, and look at how strategies like improved rest, time management, spiritual vitality and music can have a powerful, positive effect on the mind. Our on air team in addition to special guests share their perspectives from all sides of these issues, including mental health professionals, Christian leaders, and regular people with extraordinary stories. We’ll also play songs relevant to the theme from time to time.
The people featured on this podcast are real and their stories are still a work in progress. If you are dealing with a mental health struggle, we want you to know that you’re not alone. We hope that you engage with us as well as family, friends and medical professionals who can help you on your journey of improved mental health.
1 in 5 Canadians will struggle with their mental health this year. Many suffer silently, which means there’s a lot of conversations going unspoken. Sharing and openness can invite healing and restoration, but it can only happen within a trusting, safe environment and relationship. If you know there’s an unspoken conversation between you and a close friend or family member, we want to help. We’ve provided a simple guide to help you welcome that unspoken conversation. Throughout the year we also host events that are geared towards inspiring and facilitating these crucial conversations.
Have you ever had a season or situation that seems hopeless? The solution seems so far away and you doubt it will ever come. Sadly the answer is yes for many if not all people. Jordan Berta partnered with Greg Sykes to write a song that speaks to the hope that can come our way, sometimes that hope is calling us to wait.
Everyone has a mind. Every mind can grow in strength. If you or someone you know is dealing with a mental health struggle, our hope is that you begin to see yourself and others through God’s eyes. This is the first step to true empathy and compassion.
Come join the conversation.