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Who: Hosts Eric Riddle & Tony Roberts and guests who are mental healthcare professionals, members of faith communities, and leaders in the peer recovery movement What: Discussions about healing from both a mental healthcare treatment and faith community participation perspective Why: Mental health requires active engagement with many aspects of wellness. We believe that spiritual wellness is under discussed and one of the greatest sources of ongoing healing. When: Bi-weekly, launched March 1, 2018 Where: In addition to this podcast, Revealing Voices website and blog: www.revealingvoices.com Key Question on every episode: “What does healing mean to you?”

Who: Hosts Eric Riddle & Tony Roberts and guests who are mental healthcare professionals, members of faith communities, and leaders in the peer recovery movement What: Discussions about healing from both a mental healthcare treatment and faith community participation perspective Why: Mental health requires active engagement with many aspects of wellness. We believe that spiritual wellness is under discussed and one of the greatest sources of ongoing healing. When: Bi-weekly, launched March 1, 2018 Where: In addition to this podcast, Revealing Voices website and blog: www.revealingvoices.com Key Question on every episode: “What does healing mean to you?”
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Who: Hosts Eric Riddle & Tony Roberts and guests who are mental healthcare professionals, members of faith communities, and leaders in the peer recovery movement What: Discussions about healing from both a mental healthcare treatment and faith community participation perspective Why: Mental health requires active engagement with many aspects of wellness. We believe that spiritual wellness is under discussed and one of the greatest sources of ongoing healing. When: Bi-weekly, launched March 1, 2018 Where: In addition to this podcast, Revealing Voices website and blog: www.revealingvoices.com Key Question on every episode: “What does healing mean to you?”

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Episodes

Episode 21 – Season 1 Finale!

12/5/2018
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Highlights from guest interviews and whimsical outtakes from the year bookend this episode. Tony and Eric share their highs and lows from the season, as wells as hopes for the future of the podcast. We thank all of our listeners for your support over the course of 2018. Look for season 2 to start in March 2019. As we have asked each of our guests, we also encourage you to consider, "What does healing mean to you?"

Duration:00:37:28

Episode 20 – Dr. Susan Lockwood, Author Ready for Book Release

11/21/2018
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Dr. Susan Lockwood, author of “Kicked to the Curb: Where Policy has Failed our Most Vulnerable Youth and the Fight for a Better Tomorrow,” discusses her new book scheduled for release in December 2018. She is the former Director of Juvenile Education at the Indiana Department of Correction, where she retired after 17 years as a special education teacher and state-wide school administrator. Currently, she is the owner of Nexus Point Consulting, LLC, specializing in correctional education and...

Duration:00:45:35

Episode 19 – Live from the Heartland

11/7/2018
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Tony and Eric were keynote speakers at the Heartland: Best Practices for Ministries Conference . This episode is a live recording from the event. The focus is on development of the Faithful Friends Mental Health Ministry and the Revealing Voices podcast. The keynote address was given on October 10, World Mental Health Day. This is our first podcast release not in our standard 45 minute format. - Next Episode: We will be back in studio E for Episode 20 with Dr. Susan Lockwood. Her book,...

Duration:00:58:49

Episode 18 – Brandon “Beauty in the Wreckage” Andress

10/24/2018
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Author, Blogger, and Podcast host Brandon Andress joins us in studio. Brandon's new book, "Beauty in the Wreckage: Finding Peace in the Age of Outrage", focuses on the redemption of suffering. Listen for Brandon's humility as he shares his personal stories of finding gratitude, healing, and community in some of life's most difficult moments. Brandon is also author of "Unearthed: How Discovering the Kingdom of God Will Transform the Church and Change the World" (2010) and the tongue-in-cheek...

Duration:00:46:05

Episode 17- Bob Mills, President of Mindsrenewed.org

10/10/2018
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Want to join a consortium of 12,000 mental health advocates? Listen to Bob Mills, Founder of Minds Renewed, discuss the mission of his ambitious organization. The goal of the organization is to become the most valuable web platform for evaluating, curating, and communicating the best mental health information on the web. The origins began in 2001 in a mental health ministry that Bob started at 1st Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Bob's desire to honor God through serving...

Duration:00:43:44

Episode 16 – Waking Up with Chris Cole

9/26/2018
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Author and Mental Health Podcast Host of "Waking Up Bipolar", Chris Cole, walks us through his vision of a more person-centered, holistic, compassionate mental healthcare system. Chris re-appropriates language to describe mental illness. For example, he describes his personal journey with "bipolar order". His podcast focuses on the intersection of bipolar disorder and spiritual awakening. Chris's podcast, blog, and Cole Coaching website is www.colecoaching.com. There are multiple references...

Duration:00:45:37

Episode 15 – Laura Pogliano, Caring for the Caregivers

9/13/2018
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Leader of a Facebook group with nearly 20,000 members, Laura Pogliano has the unique experience of professionally working with Johns Hopkins and personally serving her son who suffered from mental illness. Laura shares her passion for advocacy, putting it into the context of a social justice movement. Laura's Facebook group is Advocates for People with Mental Illnesses. Laura's Non-profit is Parentsforcare.org. -- Some of the topics include: How does her non-profit help caregivers? How has...

Duration:00:44:06

Episode 14 – Faithful Friends, Kim and Diana

8/29/2018
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Faithful Friends mental health wellness ministry model is the focus. Kim Graves and Diana Starkey, who lead the weekly ministry with Tony and Eric, help model the typical flow of the group. Below is the format of the 7:00 - 8:30 PM ministry hosted every Tuesday night at The Living Room in Columbus, IN: Opening Prayer | Announcements | Foundational Scripture | Introductions | Guidelines | Scripture | Accountability Check | Wellness Topic | Minute of Gratitude | Sharing | Closing Prayer If you...

Duration:00:44:40

Episode 13 – Robert Vore, Podcast Pioneer

8/15/2018
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Christianity and Mental Health's intersection is the defining characteristic of Robert's Vore's podcast, CXMH. The podcast, started in January 2017, released its 45th episode this week. Robert had taken a "Podternity" leave while enjoying life as a first time father this year, but will be launching season 3 this fall. On this episode, Robert discusses balancing the podcast with a new career in mental health counseling. He finished graduate school in July! Some of the topics include: What was...

Duration:00:45:00

Episode 12 – Unedited! Eric Riddle on Service

8/1/2018
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Eric Riddle discusses his book, "Watershed: Service in the Wake of Disaster". Learn what Watershed Philanthropy means to Eric. We hope you enjoy a little "behind the scenes" listening in this unedited episode! With summer coming to an end, we will be transitioning back into an interview format for Episode 13. We will welcome Robert Vore, podcast host of the CXMH podcast. We are excited to learn more about Robert's evolving ministry at the intersection of faith and mental health.

Duration:00:45:58

Episode 11- Unedited! Tony Roberts on Writing

7/18/2018
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Tony Roberts discusses his book "Delight in Disorder". We go deeper into Tony's writing process and how writing has impacted his ministry. It is summer and we decided to record 2 unedited sessions. Enjoy a few more "umms" and "ahhs" and perhaps a few awkward silences. Next episode will focus on how Eric's ministry has developed since a major flood impacted Columbus, IN in 2008. Thank you to all our listeners. We look forward to bringing you more interviews starting with episode 13!

Duration:00:46:44

Episode 10 – Art Therapy with Sister Maria

7/4/2018
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Today's focus is art therapy. Eric's sister, Maria Riddle, graduated in 2017 from the Master's in Art Therapy program at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Maria discusses the process of integrating art into more traditional methods of therapy. - Some of the topics include: How has your art supported your personal wellness? When did you decide to pursue art as a career? Examples of art therapy process in a clinical setting What was it like growing up with Eric? What does healing mean to you? -...

Duration:00:45:13

Episode 9 – Sarah Lund, Pastor and Author

6/21/2018
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Wanting to dialogue on the recent suicides of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, we interview Pastor Sarah Griffith Lund. Sarah has been speaking publicly about the intersection of faith and mental wellness since releasing "Blessed are the Crazy: Breaking the Silence About Mental Illness, Family and Church" (Chalice Press) in 2014. Sarah is the Senior Minister at First Congregational Church of Christ in Indianapolis, IN. She received the Bob and Joyce Dell Award for Mental Health Education...

Duration:00:45:37

Episode 8 – Kelcey Rockhold Rocks!

6/7/2018
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On this episode, we interview Kelcey Rockhold. She is an Oregon native, currently living in the Arizona desert with her family. Kelcey works as a freelance editor, and when she isn’t blogging, baking, or laughing at “The Office,” she can usually be found connecting with others in conversation (usually over coffee and pastries.) We talk with Kelcey about her experience with intensive psychiatric treatment, recovering from an eating disorder, and finding the hope of Christ through faith,...

Duration:00:44:28

Episode 8 – Kelcey Rockhold Rocks!

6/7/2018
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On this episode, we interview Kelcey Rockhold. She is an Oregon native, currently living in the Arizona desert with her family. Kelcey works as a freelance editor, and when she isn’t blogging, baking, or laughing at “The Office,” she can usually be found connecting with others in conversation (usually over coffee and pastries.) We talk with Kelcey about her experience with intensive psychiatric treatment, recovering from an eating disorder, and finding the hope of Christ through faith,...

Duration:01:15:48

Episode 7 – Eric Riddle Revealed

5/24/2018
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On this episode, Tony interviews co-host, Eric Riddle. In this interview, Eric and Tony discuss unconditional love, haiku, "bipolar order", wearing a banana suit, Faithful Friends ministry, and many other topics. Some of the questions include: What is peer recovery? How did you disclose your diagnosis to your children? What does it mean to have a mood disorder? Why did you wear a banana suit? What does healing mean to you? - As always, you can find much more at www.revealingvoices.com. -...

Duration:00:45:01

Episode 6 – Mark Teike, Lutheran Leader

5/10/2018
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Mark Teike has served as senior pastor at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Columbus, IN since 1992. Mark and his wife Debbie, a licensed clinical social worker who is the author of The Art of Invitation, have three grown children and one granddaughter. Mark and Debbie grew up in Decatur, IL. Recently, Mark has become much more aware of the struggles related to mental illness and is passionate about helping individuals and congregations walk alongside those who live with a mental illness, as...

Duration:00:45:53

Episode 5 – Marie Henning, Super Human Resource

4/26/2018
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Marie Henning has spent her career as a Human Resources professional. In this episode, Marie takes us behind the doors of the office where crucial conversations occur, prayers are offered, and people in distress are uncommonly cared for. Marie offers encouragement to those who face job stress and educates on the benefits offered by employers to support mental health. Some of the questions include: How do you support employees who are experiencing symptoms of mental illness? Has disclosure of...

Duration:00:45:22

Episode 4 – Katie Dale is Bipolar Brave

4/11/2018
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Here on episode 4, we welcome Katie R. Dale. Katie shares her unique blend of passion for recovery and humor over episodes in her past. She reveals joys and frustrations, and still comes to affirm the value of both faith and mental healthcare. Katie addresses such questions as: Who were your early faith inspirations? What experiences do you have in psychiatric hospitals? What is your view of pregnancy and mental health? Why did you entitle your blog Bipolar Brave? Katie currently serves as a...

Duration:00:45:38

Episode 3 – Tony E. Roberts Revealed

3/28/2018
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On this episode, Eric interviews co-host, Tony E. Roberts. As an avid blogger and author, Tony is comfortable revealing his journey with mental illness. In this podcast, we learn how Tony developed the confidence and calling to share the difficult intimate details that are part of his experience. Tony shares the personal meaning of Psalm 37:4 - "Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart." Some of the questions include: How was Tony's pastoral career affected...

Duration:00:45:43