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Hosts Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler discuss the intersection of Christianity and mental health. Guests include pastors, ministry workers, mental health professionals, and more.

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I absolutely love this podcast. I love that they are bringing awareness to mental health issues within the church. The guests and topics they pick are great, and I love every episode so far.

Update: the liturgy of the forsaken is my absolute favorite episode. Had chills the entire time listening to it, and it really spoke to some of the things I've been going through. Thank you for doing this episode


This is my first podcast experience. Literally. These guys followed me on twitter by random chance after I just started going to counseling and seeing a doctor about possible medication, and was curious as to what exactly all the fuss was about. Talk about God's timing (personal opinion).
I love this podcast, and I'm so thrilled that this was my starting experience into such a media form. Thank you guys for the honest dialog, and all that you do.

This is your podcast.

If you struggle with mental health or love, hate, live with, work with or even walk dogs with someone who struggles with mental health, this is your podcast. CXMH brings something thought-provoking to the mic every week; I never know if I'll laugh, think or empathize alongside Robert, Steve & their guest. Furthermore I'm impressed with CXMH's theology. The hosts recognize the nuances of Christianity, the failures & successes of the church, but most importantly they are always working to discover God's true character. Whether you're on the faith or mental health side, CXMH proves that the two are inexpressibly linked. Just download it. You're curious enough and it'll be more than worth your time.

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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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