ONe Lamb Mental Wellness
The One Lamb Initiative strives to be a light to those who are hurting. Our mission is to nurture and embrace mental wellness in a faithful community of connection and support.
With Mace Hall
One Lamb Mental Wellness presents a powerful video series featuring PRUMC members sharing their personal journeys through healing to wellness. Mace Hall guides conversations about anxiety, addiction, depression, trauma and PMAD. This ongoing project will introduce more recorded discussions in the future so please check back for new content.
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My conviction and hope for others experiencing mental health challenges include the appropriate support and a strong spiritual foundation to navigate the unknown future. – Diane Moffett
Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.’ – Luke 15:4-6
If you read the first line of this title and felt like throwing a tomato at me, chances are you may be struggling along with 40 million Americans with some form of anxiety. Anxiety is a complex issue, parading itself in many lives along a continuum from simple to severe. “In normal amounts, anxiety is healthy, adaptive, crucial for survival and often leads to greater productivity and enhanced performance. When daily anxiety is excessively high, however it can interfere with functioning.” Elke-Auercher-White, PhD.
Volunteers make an immeasurable difference in the lives of others. Oftentimes, they perform with the core intention of helping others. But did you know that volunteering can benefit your own health as well? Researchers have attempted to measure the benefits that volunteers receive including positive feeling referred to as helper’s high, increased trust in others and increased social interaction.