“’STRANGER THINGS’, MENTAL HEALTH, AND FOLLOWING JESUS” #ChurchOfTheUndead
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IN THIS EPISODE: In July of 2016, a strange show made its way to headlines across the nations. By 2022, it is now ranked as the second most popular show on Netflix. It is no surprise, however, that a show with demagorgons, mental health issues, and romance would relate to today’s teens and adolescents. And, let’s face it, many adults too. At least I know it’s relatable to me. In a world where we’re surrounded by war, corruption, murder, and all kinds of evil… it is scary that the monsters Eleven and her friends face in the show are not only around us but within us. More-so than any other season, the newest episodes of Stranger Things are talking about mental health, and audiences are going wild. And why? Perhaps because the demons they portray aren’t that far off from the ones we face every day.
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Darren Marlar is a licensed minister through the Universal Life Church: https://www.themonastery.org.
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