CXMH is a podcast at the intersection of Christianity & mental health. We bring together Christian leaders with mental health professionals for honest conversations.
Jon Scott is one of the hosts of the Holy Heretics podcast, as well as an award-winning singer/songwriter. Jon joins us this week to talk about being a self-proclaimed 'heretic,' what bad theology looks like, and how it impacts our mental well-being.
Intro/outro music on this episode is Hidden Personality by CloZee.
Nate Pyle & Dr. Bart Andrews join us to talk about the challenges men face in getting help for mental illness, how culture (& church culture) impacts that, and more.
Dr. Heather Vacek helps us to understand the history of the church's views toward mental illness and how it shapes our views today.
Gabe Howard & Nate Crawford join us to discuss what life is like with Bipolar Disorder and navigating personal relationships with a mental illness diagnosis.
William Paul Young (author of The Shack) joins us to talk about the upcoming movie adaptation (out this week!), his life story, and his newest book Lies We Believe About God.
Meet your hosts!
Robert Vore has worked for various ministries & non-profits in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and England. He writes & speaks about faith & mental health, as well as being a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Instructor for groups of any size. He is currently working towards his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Steve Austin is a family man, writer, speaker, and mental health advocate from Birmingham, Alabama. He is the author of the best-selling From Pastor to a Psych Ward, Self-Care for the Wounded Soul, and The Writer's Toolkit, as well as the creator of the free 7-Day Self Care Challenge. Steve is passionate about finding grace in the midst of the mess.