A practical look at how we can renew wellbeing in our own lives and our local communities.
After Ruth Rice unexpectedly found herself grappling with her own mental health, she began to look for ways to renew her own wellbeing. As she introduced simple habits woven around prayer and stillness into her life, God began to give her a heart to help others too.
The Renew Wellbeing charity was born, assisting churches to open accessible, safe spaces on the high street for those who have mental ill health. Ruth shares why the renew centre/ cafe model is so different, looking at the three important principles of being present, being prayerful, and being in partnership.
Full of helpful resources, readers will learn how to connect, keep learning, get active, take notice and give in order to maintain their own wellbeing. Ruth inspires, encourages and enables the church to step out and provide Renew spaces. This timely and insightful book is packed full of practical resources to help local communities journey alongside each other to renew wellbeing.
Read an interview with Ruth Rice here >
AUTHOR: RUTH RICE is Director of Renew Wellbeing, a charity which runs simple cafe style spaces attached to a quiet room where inner habits of wellbeing are shared. Ruth longs for every church to find ways to bring God's peace onto the high street and open spaces for all to attend to their wellbeing.