Surviving suicide: Is there hope for those left behind?
You might find it surprising, but the Bible offers comfort, not condemnation after someone takes their own life.
Why it’s worth asking “R U OK?”
Mental health is now talked about more than ever, but there is still stigma. This personal story helps break down misconceptions.
It’s about guilt
Contemporary society struggles to deal with guilt in a healthy and balanced way. But, for thousands of years, God has been implementing His plan . . .
Your ally against debt and poverty: the Church
So many families are struggling financially, drowning in debt with no rescue in sight. Could the solution be as close as the church down the street?
How to help the grieving after suicide
Grief is never easy, but losing a loved one to suicide adds extra challenges and requires extra sensitivity from friends and family.
Another look at the Darwin Awards
Yes, the fittest may survive, but they still make dumb decisions sometimes.
Christmas: time of despair or symbol of hope?
Sex, violence and suicide. Why you should think about these topics this Christmas.
A Mother’s Prayer
At a loss to help her son with the deep depression he was experiencing, Emily Galbraith sought divine help
A Different Plan
When I was a little girl, I would go stay at my grandmother’s house just to be away from home. My parents didn’t love one another.
She wanted to end it all, but God had other plans.
Judas and his Children
Suicide is always a personal and social; even sociopathic; tragedy.