Today Matters Mental Health Ministries

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Core Values:

  • Community
  • Love
  • Support
  • Kindness

Mission Statement:

To be the voice for the silent, connecting the mind, body and soul embraced through faith, respect, empathy and dignity by removing the stigma about mental health.


In case no one told you today:
You’re beautiful.
You’re loved.
You’re needed.
You’re here for a reason.
You’re stronger than you think.
You’re going to get through this.
We’re glad you’re alive!

Please join us the 3rd Saturday of every month in the Life Center. Event time starts at 4:00 p.m.

To receive emails about upcoming speakers, please look in the Church app under Groups, then Worship Services, to Today Matters. If you don’t have the app, START HERE

Everyone is welcome!

Town Hall Discussion August 20

Come hear how we in Charlotte County can be better prepared, stay vigilant and become better aware of today’s society. Hear from the experts about the various shootings and the role mental health plays in these situations. Join us at 4:00 pm on Saturday, August 20th to hear your questions answered. Everyone is welcome.

Radio Broadcast

Listen to the TODAY MATTERS podcast, Tuesdays at 11am featuring Briyin Butgereit. 100.9FM

Past Today Matters Guests:

June 2022 Today Matters: Heather Palacios

Heather Palacios

Learn more about Heather HERE

Heather is a multiple suicide-attempt survivor who believes “if you wake up breathing, that’s your proof to keep going.” She is the founder of WONDHERFUL, INC a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to saving the lives of those who are struggling thru mental crisis. She speaks at high schools, colleges, churches, businesses throughout the US to reach the nearly 1.8 million people who attempt suicide each year.

June 18, 2022

Laurie Sudbrink

Learn more about Laurie HERE

Losing 2 brothers to suicide has inspired Laurie to spread the importance of deep listening, fearless transparency and non-judgmental acceptance.

May 21, 2022

Chad Miller

Learn more from Promise to Property HERE

Due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter, no video was recorded.

April 16, 2022

General Gregg F Martin

Learn more about General Martin HERE

Gregg is a mental health advocate, author, speaker, strategist and mental wellness warrior. His mission is “sharing my bipolar story to help stop the stigma and save lives.”

March 19, 2022

Rosie Young

Our very own Rosie Young gives her testimony, “Life isn’t always Rosie,” sharing the trials that she has gone through and how God has been there for her always.

February 19, 2022

Andrea Wilson Woods

Learn more about Andrea HERE

Andrea is the CEO and co-founder of Cancer University, a for-profit, social-benefit, digital health company.

January 15, 2022

Tina Levene

Tina Levene is a speaker, radio and TV host, and author. Her personal story is nothing short of miraculous healing from abuse and addictions. She brings humor, energy, and laughter with relevant content that can be used to transform lives.
Tina’s Best Selling books include: Let Your Lessons Become Blessings, Let Your Forgiveness Become Freedom, Little Book, Big Truths!, Preventing Burn-Out, and Heartbeat of a Leader.

August 21, 2021

Rebekah Gregory

2013 Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor
Author of “Taking My Life Back: My Story of Faith, Determination, and Surviving the Boston Marathon Bombing” available HERE on Amazon.

June 19, 2021

Randy Grimes

Learn more about Randy HERE

A former NFL center, Randy Grimes lived as everyone’s all-American—with a successful 10-year career for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a beautiful and devoted college-sweetheart-turned-wife, and two healthy children. But pain took over, and the prescription pills used to treat chronic injuries eventually led to playing in blackouts. When Randy’s career ended, the pills continued—feeding an opioid addiction that would last 20+ years and erode his identity, health, and family. When addiction claimed the life of a close friend, Randy finally found the courage to raise his hand and ask for help. This single decision reclaimed Randy’s life.

May 15, 2021

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