Rachael Newham is the Mental Health Friendly Church Project Manager at Kintsugi Hope and spends much of her time travelling the country preaching, speaking and writing about issues related to faith and mental health. Her first book Learning to Breathe came out in 2018 and her latest book And Yet exploring joy and lament was published in 2021 by Form Faith.
Author and mental health advocate Rachael Newham explains why we shouldn’t disregard antidepressants as God can use any number of tools to help us manage mental health difficulties.
After recent updates to The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidance on depression, Kintsugi Hope’s Rachael Newham explains that they’re a start but church and community have a vital part to play in people’s recovery.
As Christians we can sometimes be tricked into believing that Jesus came to make us happy. Writer Rachael Newham explains how the prosperity gospel has crept into our thinking, when really Jesus’ promise is far greater.