Trying Not to Lose My Mind: How the Black Church Can Help with Trauma and Healing

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Title

Trying Not to Lose My Mind: How the Black Church Can Help with Trauma and Healing

Description

A Black History Month webinar sponsored by the African American Advisory Council of Lancaster Theological Seminary. Panelists include three distinguished leaders: Rev. Dr. Jamie Eaddy, Rev. Sherry Lupton, and Rev. Brittany Powell. Hosted by Associate Dean Vanessa Lovelace, moderated by the Rev. Dr. Diane Bogues, joint seminary senior director of enrollment and financial aid, and seminarian Quentin Lawson. Held on Zoom on February 22, 2024. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 1 hour, 2 minutes, 35 seconds.

Creator

Lancaster Theological Seminary (Lancaster, Pa.)

Contributor

Eaddy, Jamie
Lupton, Sherry Lupton
Powell, Brittany
Lovelace, Vanessa
Bogues, Diane
Lawson, Quentin

Publisher

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Theological Seminary

Date

2024

Rights

© Seminary Archives, Lancaster Theological Seminary.

Subject

Psychic trauma—Religious aspects—Christianity
African American churches

Type

Video

Format

digital video (MP4)

Source

https://youtu.be/aoUc29o468o

Language

English

Player

Citation

Lancaster Theological Seminary (Lancaster, Pa.), “Trying Not to Lose My Mind: How the Black Church Can Help with Trauma and Healing,” Lancaster Theological Seminary Digital Archive , accessed April 23, 2024, https://archive.lancasterseminary.edu/items/show/1932.