In episode 70, Peyton Garland, author of Not So by Myself, shares her journey of church trauma leading to challenges with mental health, a hard diagnosis in a lonely season, and the moment when she shook her fist at God and discovered His messy love. There are tremendous stigmas around mental health generally, but especially in the Church, that lead us too often to fail to reflect Christ’s love.
How might God be inviting us to embrace messy love?
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