Jesus loves you.
He wants you to bring Him your worries, fears, and doubts. Even when they seem to take over. Even when they won’t go away. Yes, even when you struggle with mental health.
“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full,” Jesus informs us (John 10:10).
Yet sometimes our mental health struggles can hinder us from living this full life.
Jesus wants better for us.
Jesus is a healer. In Scripture we find Jesus healing all the sick (Matthew 8:16), all who were ill (Matthew 4:24), and all who touched his cloak (Mark 6:56). These recounts of Jesus’ healings do not separate physical from mental illness but include healing to anyone and everyone with any kind of ailment.
Today, Jesus still restores broken bodies, hearts, and minds. He loves you. Learn how to bridge the space between our struggles and the abundance Jesus offers. Jesus cares so much about your mental health. Shouldn't you, too?
Available February 6, 2024 wherever books are sold
What people are saying:
“What a precious gift you hold in your hands! Laura brilliantly combines her own vulnerability, biblical truth, and creative practices for our struggles. Showing us how much Jesus loves us in our fear, anxiety, and depression, Laura encourages therapy, medicine, movement, healthy boundaries, and more. You will feel seen, heard, and loved. Our culture is in need of a book that points us to Jesus and to His gracious tools available to help our mental health.” -- Amy Seiffert, author of Starved and Grace Looks Amazing on You
“This book is a balm for both mental and spiritual health. Laura's vulnerability and empathy create space for you to open up and consider a Jesus who not only loves you like you are today but has the power and willingness to mend your broken mindsets. Holding up the power of Scripture and prayer as well as the power of great therapy, Laura is a trustworthy guide to help you take a step forward on your mental health journey.” -- Alli Patterson, author of How to Stay Standing and teaching pastor at Crossroads Church
“When the Scriptures say to love God with all our hearts, minds, souls, and strength, it means just that—to bring all of who we are before God and others. Mental health is just a fancy term for caring for these human vessels well and allowing God to draw us closer to His heart of grace. Laura’s invitation to let Jesus into all of who you are, providing you with needed encouragement and practical tools, will be a trusted companion wherever you find yourself today.” -- Terra Mattson, MA, LMFT, LPC, counselor, author, and founder of Living Wholehearted and Courageous Girls