著作有《Blossoms In the Valley: Emerging from the depths of mental illness》。




全長 6:25 



全長 31:17 

蔡偉文醫生 第一講



蔡偉文醫生 第二講


全長 34:13

陳玉駒牧師 第一講

從信仰探討基督徒對精神病患的一般誤解及疑問,例如當基督徒患上精神病,上帝仍與他同在嗎? 是病還是屬靈爭戰?

全長 39:37 

陳玉駒牧師 第二講


全長 29:43 

陳玉駒牧師 第三講


全長 31:41 

  • 卡加里CALGARY

    Both Dr. Choi and Rev. Chan have delivered excellent talks from a Christian perspective. They are also very practical. I can see that other staff have devoted lots of time and energy translating their presentation into written English and Simplified Chinese. The quality of the translation is also very good!

  • 卡加里 CALGARY

    我很喜歡聽他們患者分享的一部份,讓我更能夠了解他們的感受。其次每個牧者分享唔同嘅內容,讓我們可以去從不同的角度去認識此病, 學習怎樣去幫助他們,我比較喜歡從實踐角度去支持他們的那段, 讓我知道一些原則, 如何學習與他同行。我覺得教會在患者中所扮演的角色很弱,通常都是一兩個有心的弟兄姊妹去主動關心他們。


    從信徒坦誠的分享、專業人士的講解、到牧者的教導和反思,喚醒了我們關注精神病患者。蔡醫生簡潔清晰地講解精神病,讓普羅大眾都聽得明白。其中,他帶領我們去理解「精神病康復」這個概念和過程,十分到位,也澄清了一些謬誤。陳牧師引導聽眾,特別是教會去正視精神病,弟兄姊妹如何在患者病患和康復的過程中表達關顧。 雖然教會不是醫療機構,但是可以向患者提供適當的環境和支持。在華人圈子裏,幫助中國人認識精神病,破除禁忌,為更多人打開醫治之門。 願神繼續祝福中信的工作!

  • 卡加里CALGARY



    After listening to the talks, I've learned practical skills to walk alongside the ones who need support and encouragement on their daily journey and spiritual growth.

    I found that most of us are lack of self-knowing in emotions and mental which could be a blockage for us to build intimacy relationship with self, others, and with God. It's really sad to hear believers saying they didn't feel God's love or unsure if God hears their prayers.

    I agreed with Rev. Chan saying that we should expand the learning opportunity in church so believers will be more knowledgeable and compassionate to the people in need.

    May God bless you and your ministry!


    The series of talk has been informative especially Dr Choy’s series. Coupled with the real life cases has brought the whole seminar closer to the audience. 

  • 卡加里CALGARY

    Very clear, concise and comprehensive messages in terms of the causation of mental/emotional disorders and impacts on those who are suffering. Good sharing from 蔡偉文醫生 from his medical and faith perspectives. Particularly appreciate Rev. Chan's passion, knowledge and experience as a pastor and a former social worker. Great integration of theology, psychology and sociology bringing forth a holistic picture of how to care and support those who are suffering as well as their family members. Good messages to church communities in bringing the awareness and the importance of education and training to those who have hearts in the caring ministry. Great personal learning opportunities. Thanks very much! 

  • 亞省 Alberta

    And I want to thank you for the recording of 與精神病患者共舞。I recently volunteer to be an ESL instructor for Edmonton 華人浸信會, some students want one on one time. I thank God that this door is open as the music ministry had to stop due to the pandemic restrictions. One student is a widow. Her husband passed away tragically and her children all have mental illness due to the tragedy. Two are suicidal and had to be hospitalized. I sent the recording to her and prayed that this will lift her up. There are so many hurting people suffering out there. Thank God for 中信and other Christian volunteer organizations and are willing to serve God and people in this particular way. May the Lord continue to provide and to protect 中信and their workers.