ASK ME ANYTHING: MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS

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November 28, 2020

Zoom seminar

Nov - Mental Health Photo by Jude Beck on Unsplash

Photo by Jude Beck on Unsplash.

ASK ME ANYTHING: MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS

COVID-19 has caused an increase in mental health concerns in our society. Many people, including Christians, are struggling to manage their emotion and mental health needs.

What is God saying about this?

The panel of speakers will touch on:

  • the state of mental health in Singapore
  • suitable therapies for various mental health conditions
  • the role of God’s agents on earth (His church)

Come and join us in this seminar.

Panel of Speakers:

  • Associate Professor Leslie Lim
    Popular speaker and author of many books on mental health
  • Abigail Lee
    President of Association of Christian Counsellors and experienced therapist in private practice
  • Pastor Chua Seng Lee
    Co-founder of Christian Mental Health Advocates and Deputy Senior Pastor at BBTC
  • Carol Loi
    Digital literacy educator, Fellow of Centre for Media Literacy/John Maxwell Certified Leadership, and family coach

Date:  November 28, 2020

Time: 10am-12pm

Cost: Free

Click here to register

About the Organiser:
Bethesda (Bedok-Tampines) Church (BBTC) is an open brethren assembly. A church plant of Bethesda Katong Church (BKC), its ministry roots dates back to December 1979 when a group of young leaders from BKC, committed to the Great Commission, began an outreach ministry amongst the Youth Church in the Bedok-Tampines vicinity.

Other Brethren assemblies that came alongside BKC for this project were Bethesda (Frankel Estate) Church (BFEC) and Bethesda Bedok Mission Home (now Bethesda Pasir Ris Mission Church).

In November 1988, Bethesda Katong gave complete autonomy and the BBTC Council became an independent assembly of believers.

Photo courtesy of BBTC.

Photo courtesy of BBTC.

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