Podcast 05.03: Gabby Wilkinson – Dear God, I’m Sad

ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Gabby spoke this spring at the Inaugural Women in Youth Ministry Conference about reaching Gen Z and Gen Alpha, from the eyes of a Gen Z youth pastor. Since the conference, Gabby started the project called “Dear God, I’m sad” to remove the stigma regarding mental health in Christianity. If we want Christianity to remain relevant, especially to the rising generations, we have to have these conversations.

ABOUT GABBY: My name is Gabby Wilkinson and I am currently a seminary student at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology where I am getting my Master of Divinity and studying the intersectionality of mental illness and Christianity through the lens of church trauma. I have been working in ministry since 2014 and am currently serving in the Youth Ministry at Dunwoody UMC and in the Wesley Foundation at Georgia Tech. I recently started a brand called “Dear God, I’m Sad” that has a mission to craft a healthier and more holistic relationship between mental illness and Christianity through reflection, investigation, and exploration!

You can follow Gabby on Instagram: _gabswilks_ and deargod_imsad.

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