Coronavirus, Anxiety and the Human Brain

Posted on March 30, 2020

sermon date 2020-03-29

Coronavirus, Anxiety and the Human Brain

Michelle Gritter, guest pastor speaks about how we respond when our brains get hijacked by the tidal waves of information that have been coming our way these days. This is a stressful time full of anxiety, loneliness and disquiet. Michelle uses the imagery of the “rider and the elephant” in our brains to help us understand our need for connection within ourselves in the face of our fears.

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