Life’s been a struggle these last few days.
We had a dear friend take his own life recently, causing a slew of questions and confusion.
Several intense emotions are rolling over us all at once. When this kind of thing happens, we look for answers.
The funeral for our friend was wonderful. The photos, the flowers on the casket, the words from friends and being with so many people who loved our friend; these were all a joy to behold.
But One Sermon Was Not Enough
So I went looking for help online and found this video/MP3 audio file.
“The Most Difficult Funerals” is a minister’s take on tackling some of the main issues we face as survivors of suicide.
- Is suicide really an unforgivable sin?
- Does a suicide victim have less faith than the rest of us?
- Do we hold those who kill themselves responsible for their illness?
- What responsibility should we take on as survivors?
Find more Resources on Suicide I’ve gathered here at DavidBourne.com.