A mini-book that helpfully and sensitively addresses the matter of the death of a loved one by suicide.
Losing someone through suicide is deeply painful. It sparks questions, doubts, and confusion. Like ripples in a pond after a rock has been thrown in, the startling news of a suicide swamps the boats of those who are closest, and even rocks the boats of those who are far removed. This sensitively written mini-book comes alongside to offer help to those who are grieving, and, most importantly, provides hope in Jesus Christ.
Table of Contents:
1. Surviving Suicide Loss
2. Grieving Suicide
3. Facing the Truth
4. Living in Hope
Personal Application Projects
Where Can I Get More Help?
People who are struggling with loss, grief, and guilt after the suicide of a loved one
Pastors and church ministry teams
About the author:
Bruce Ray has been a pastor for fifty years and has also served as a Police, Fire & EMS chaplain for thirty years. He is a frequent speaker on crisis and trauma. Bruce is a graduate of Los Angeles Baptist College (now The Master’s University), the Reformed Episcopal Seminary, and Police & Fire Chaplains Training Academy.