Hope Always: How to be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide
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Hope Always: How to be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide

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Title: Hope Always: How to be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide
By: Matthew Sleeth
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Tyndale Momentum
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1496450019
ISBN-13: 9781496450012
Stock No: WW450015

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“A much-needed manual for all who attempt to counsel troubled souls battling despair.”
—Bob Russell, Retired Senior Pastor, Southeast Christian Church

Every single day, someone you know is thinking about committing suicide. It isn’t just one or two—ten million Americans will consider killing themselves in the upcoming year. Dr. Matthew Sleeth believes Christians—and our churches—should be the first to offer hope. Are we prepared to do so?

As a physician and minister, Dr. Sleeth shares his personal and professional experiences with depression and suicide, challenging Christians to become part of the solution. With sound medical principles finding their rightful place beside timeless biblical wisdom, Hope Always offers the practical and spiritual tools that individuals, families, and churches need to help loved ones who are stressed and struggling.

In Hope Always, you will find
  • research-based and scientifically grounded information about the suicide epidemic,
  • biblically based information to start a conversation about the spiritual and emotional battles that so many of us face, and
  • a practical toolkit to consult when a loved one is dealing with suicidal ideation.
After reading Hope Always, you will have the resources at your fingertips to build communities of hope that help save lives!

Endorsements:

Everything Matthew Sleeth writes is a combination of gentle realism, biblical insight, and compassion. Given the pain and complexity swirling around suicide, a book on the topic needs all these in spades. Once again, Sleeth has delivered. This is a must-read book for those who need wisdom and hope in the face of grief or despair.
Mark GalliFormer editor in chief of Christianity Today

Hope Always sounds an appropriate, biblical warning and yet provides ultimate hope to anyone considering harming themselves. Dr. Matthew Sleeth’s insightful, easy-to-read book is also a much-needed manual for all who attempt to counsel troubled souls battling despair. Those of us who are in Christian ministry would do well to have a dozen copies of this timely book on hand, ready to share with any who are even remotely contemplating suicide or with family members devastated by it.
Bob RussellRetired senior pastor, Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, Kentucky

Matthew Sleeth’s mission for Hope Always is to save lives. He helps us understand what we can really do in our personal lives and faith communities to help people avoid “the voice of demons beckoning.” These are certainly stressful times, and many are questioning themselves and the world around them. I wish I’d had this book a few years ago. It might have made the ultimate difference in helping me help someone persevere. It certainly will in the future.
Bob PerkowitzPresident and founder of ecoAmerica

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