Sarah Griffith Lund: Silence, Marriage and Mental Health (Part Two)

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Today Sarah Griffith Lund returns to Encountering Silence. She is the senior pastor of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Indianapolis, and serves the United Church of Christ on a national level as the Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice. She holds degrees from Trinity University, Princeton Theological Seminary, Rutgers University and McCormick Theological Seminary.
Sarah Griffith Lund received the Bob and Joyce Dell Award for Mental Health Education from the United Church of Christ Mental Health Network in 2015 for “her outstanding authorship and leadership in breaking the silence about mental illness in family and in church and offering healing and hope.”
The biggest barrier to receiving treatment, care and support is not money, it's not access to quality health care... it's the stigma and shame associated with mental health challenges. — Sarah Griffith Lund
This is part two of a two part interview. To hear part one, click here.

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Episode 127: Silence, Marriage and Mental Heath: A Conversation with Sarah Griffith Lund (Part Two)
Hosted by: Carl McColman
With: Cassidy Hall and Kevin Johnson
Guest: Sarah Griffith Lund
Date Recorded: January 11, 2021

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