Share Gathering & The Risk of Talking About It

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The following post was written by an Ethos family member who is part of the Share Gathering, a group that meets to talk about and walk together through mental illness. - - - - - Talking about mental illness is often the first step to healing. But it's a huge risk for sufferers to broach the...

Care Team: Take a Meal to Susan

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One of our Ethos family members, Susan Lavender, was in a car accident last Thursday, October 6th. A car was driving the wrong direction (towards Susan in her lane) and she was hit head on. She is recovering at home now, but the injuries she sustained prevent her from carrying...

Global Awareness: Neighbors & Nations

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The following blog post is a part of our ongoing Global Awareness series. A group of people in our church family started talking about the world and all the suffering. Throughout the year, this group has committed to bringing attention and information about the world and its suffering to...

Global Awareness: Islam

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The following blog post is a part of our ongoing Global Awareness series. A group of people in our church family started talking about the world and all the suffering. Throughout the year, this group has committed to bringing attention and information about the world and its suffering to...

Cannery: Shoes4Kids

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As a member of Ethos for almost five years, I have been truly touched through their mission statement, especially the mission to love people. It is one of the biggest reasons I chose to go to physical therapy school and why I assumed the community service role of my class. Through this role, I...

Share Gathering: Community around Mental Illness

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If history holds true, sometime in the next 6-12 weeks, I am going to begin experiencing an episode of depression and anxiety. For 2-4 months, I'll lose weight, sleep less, and lose focus in conversations to the point that others will feel the need to finish my sentences for me. I have Type 1...

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