Remembering the Unborn

The loss of an unborn child either by abortion, miscarriage, or still-born affects men just as much as women.  Greg wraps up the week talking with the founder of the Kentucky Memorial for the Unborn, Kathy Rutledge, on a man’s perspective of the memorial. 

Learn more of about the Kentucky Memorial for the Unborn at www.KyMemorialForTheUnborn.org

Building a Memorial for the Unborn

The Kentucky Memorial for the Unborn started with one Lexington woman’s search for closure in her life. After choosing an abortion to resolve a crisis pregnancy when she was a teenager, Kathy Rutledge felt an unexpected loss so overwhelming that she considered taking her own life to stop the pain.  Today Greg talks with the founder of this organization about why and how she created this beautiful memorial for unborn children. 

Learn more of about the Kentucky Memorial for the Unborn at www.KyMemorialForTheUnborn.org

Tending to Spiritual Needs

Greg wraps up his conversation with Marcie Timmerman of Mental Health America of Kentucky about ways we can feed our spiritual needs toward improving our mental health.

Learn more about Mental Health America of Kentucky at www.mhaky.org

Visit www.warmline.org for a list of resources and phone numbers to people who just want to listen. 

Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

Make Time for Laughter

Greg continues his conversation with Marcie Timmerman, Executive Director for Mental Health America of Kentucky about the power of humor. 

Learn more about Mental Health America of Kentucky and the plethora of tools available at www.mhaky.org

Need some to just talk to? Visit www.warmline.org for a list of resources and phone numbers to people who just want to listen. 

Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

Tips to Handling Pitfalls

Did you know that 22.08% of adults in Kentucky have a mental illness that is diagnosed?  Did you also know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month.   As you know, the motivation behind this podcast is preventing suicides. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Marcie Timmerman, Executive Director for Mental Health America of Kentucky joins Greg to discuss ways we can find help for depression and tend to our own mental health. 

Learn more about Mental Health America of Kentucky and plethora of tools available at www.mhaky.org

Sometimes we’re not suicidal, but just need someone to talk to.  Visit www.warmline.org for a list of resources and phone numbers to people who just want to listen. 

Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

It’s Okay to Ask for Help

Joining Greg today is Elizabeth Woodrum, a Junior at Midway University who shares her story of depression and learning that’s things aren’t always as they seem.

From Hard Core to Soft Serve

Keith Rupult continues to share his story with Greg today about how his new life was moving forward only to trip and fall backwards. 

Learn more about Keith’s book, Just Breathe: All stories redeemable, All brokenness repairable, All addictions breakable at www.keithrepult.com