Suicide. It’s the thing nobody wants to talk about in the Church. But Matthew Sleeth argues that confronting it is an opportunity for Christians to be completely unique agents of restoration in our cultural context.
Matthew spoke at the Colson Center’s Wilberforce Weekend Conference in May 2021. See Matthew’s compelling session on Hope Always and suicide prevention.
Medical doctor Matthew Sleeth shares stories from the emergency room where he treated patients who tried to commit suicide. Shane asks Sleeth why the pandemic of suicide is so overlooked, and how Christians can step in the gap and be a force of life in a culture of suicide
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.