A Guide to God and Mental Health Resources

written by Laura L. Smith

Happy February!

I love this short month filled with history and hearts, but winter is dark and cold and seasonal affective disorder is a real thing causing many of us to experience some fatigue, depression, social withdrawal, and an overall sadness. But there is hope. And His names is Jesus. He is the light of the world and He longs for us to bask in the warmth of His love. How do we tap into Christ’s light and love when we’re shivering and skies are gray?

Since 5 Minute Devotions for Teens: A Guide to God and Mental Health released I’ve been blessed to have incredible conversations with some amazing people and write some articles about tips and tricks to care for our mental health (and the mental health of our teens), ways caring for our mental health is Biblical, and how very much Jesus loves us all. I’m attaching these conversations and articles here in hopes that one (or all) of these podcasts or articles reminds you today how much you matter to Jesus. Click on each image to listen or read and be reminded that Christ’s light is powerful enough to shine through any cold winter day.
















If you haven’t grabbed your copy, it’s not too late. What a perfect Valentine’s gift to yourself or the teens in your life to prompt caring for your mental health and theirs, because Jesus created our beautiful minds. Order your copy here: 5 Minute Devotions for Teens: A Guide to God and Mental Health

Respond to me on social media and tell me how I can be praying for you. How does winter affect you? Where are you experiencing healing? How are you caring for your mental health? I’m praying you see the power of Jesus in your week!

Thank you for all the ways you’ve helped me spread the word about this book. I’m so grateful for you!

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Thank you for joining me in caring for our mental health and caring for our teens!