Saconnects Magazine2022-07-01T11:46:24-04:00

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SAconnects Magazine | Mental Health Matters

Mental health matters—especially this year when one in five children and adults will be affected.

Danny Gokey, a Christian singer, and songwriter can relate. In this issue of SACONNECTS magazine, he’ll talk to you about: competing on American Idol, the untimely death of his first wife, and his recover from a deep depression. Today, he inspires audiences with his remarkable music videos, which have received a Grammy nomination and a Dove Award.

You’ll also discover how The Salvation Army’s Ministry of Presence is helping people like you and me keep hope alive through tough times.

You know what else?

Kay Warren, the wife of Pastor Rick Warren, will share her heartfelt story of loss and their amazing recovery and ministry in the aftermath of the sudden death of their son.

There’s so much more. So, start reading now and be blessed.

Past Issues

Leaving our home

BY ROBERT MITCHELL
Massood still tears up when he recounts last year’s harrowing struggle to get his family out of Afghanistan and into the United States. “It is very emotional to leave your home country,” he says with profound sadness. Massood worked with U.S. and [...]

A Ministry of Three

BY HUGO BRAVO
“You can’t just give a homeless person an apartment with a bed and say, ‘case closed.’ I have met people who received help and even a place to live, but were back on the streets in a few months,” Perks says. “They needed the tools to rebuild their lives, reestablish [...]

A ministry of PRESENCE

BY WARREN L. MAYE
Daunting has been the task to find scientific treatments and strategies to combat the problems people face who struggle to maintain their mental health. Perhaps one day, a breakthrough in medicine will occur. But until then, The Salvation Army [...]

Phil Cooke Book Review

BY WARREN L. MAYE
Ideas on a Deadline: How to Be Creative When the Clock is Ticking, is written by Dr. Phil Cooke, a renown Christian media entrepreneur. This is his 10th book, another informative and inspiring piece. In it, Cooke writes, “This book is about how to raise your game [...]

Instrumental Change

BY WARREN L. MAYE
Instrumental is a word Christian recording artist Danny Gokey loves to use when describing the moment when God lifted his soul from the depths of depression after the loss of his first wife to congenital heart disease. Now remarried and the father of four children, [...]

In real life

BY WARREN L. MAYE
Ser'Darius Blain’s faith in Christ has helped him survive abject poverty, the tragic loss of his brother, and a seven–year bout with depression. The Haitian American film and television actor is best known for his role as Anthony “Fridge” Johnson in the “Jumanji” film series. Most recently, he played NFL football star [...]

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