As we head into this advent season, please read some reflections from our Executive Director, Jennifer Bowen. Jennifer shares some of our impact from 2022, but also much needed encouragement while you and Shalem walk with those who are experiencing mental illness.
Shalem’s Executive Director, Jennifer Bowen shares some Advent reflections. Centuries before Jesus’s birth, Isaiah spoke Jesus’ names and, he spoke hope into the world. Jennifer writes His names for you and reflects on how they breathe hope into Shalem’s work of serving our community through mental health services. You can
This will be a sign to you:You will find a baby wrapped in strips of cloth and lying in a manger. Luke 2:12 Dear Friends, I wonder if, like me, you are thinking about the meaning of Advent this year, in the midst of the despair, suffering and grief caused
COVID-19 has caused much uncertainty, and with the impacts of the pandemic, the need for mental health support is rising exponentially. We are continuing to offer our services during this time and expect an increase in requests as we return to “normal“. Please take a moment to read our most
In Advent, we celebrate and give thanks that in Jesus God came to be with us, among us. But how did Jesus make his way to us? He came to shepherds, who were considered unclean—they were rejected and impoverished, on the bottom rung of society. He came to rich Arab
At Shalem, we come alongside people who have been or are passing through “the valley of the shadow of death”. Shalem’s ministry— discerning the voice of the Good Shepherd in our dark valleys is growing. We need your ongoing partnership to help make it happen. Read more in our annual