E-93 Coming Alongside Those Who Suffer with Mental Illness, with Ingram Link
Interested in learning more about how the Church can engage in compassionate care for those who are struggling with mental illness? Join Ingram link and host Karen Hodge as they discuss how we can move from common misconceptions about mental illness to meaningful ministry.
About the Speaker:
Ingram serves as Director of Women’s Ministry at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, AL. She is married to David and they have four children. Lucy Anne lives and works in Dallas, TX. Hank is at Auburn University. Elizabeth is at LIM College in NYC and Sallie James is a freshmen in high school. Ingram also is the founder and director of Created for a Purpose, a ministry aimed at 3rd – 8th grade girls to give them a greater understanding of who God is and who they are as image bearers using worship, teaching, small groups and creative arts. Ingram and David enjoy cooking good food and inviting friends and neighbors to join them around the table. Ingram enjoys sitting on the beach and reading until the sun goes down.
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