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!
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Matthew Sleeth, MD
About the Author(s)
Matthew Sleeth, MD
Matthew Sleeth, MD, a former emergency room physician and chief of the hospital medical staff, resigned from his position to teach, preach, and write about faith and health. Dr. Sleeth has spoken at more than one thousand churches, campuses, and events, including serving as a monthly guest preacher at the Washington National Cathedral. Recognized by Newsweek as one of the nation’s most influential Christian leaders, Dr. Sleeth is the executive director of Blessed Earth and author of numerous articles and books, including Reforesting Faith and 24/6.
His newest book, Hope Always: How to be a force for life in a culture of suicide will be released in May 2021. Dr. Sleeth lives in Lexington, Kentucky, with Nancy, his wife of forty years. Their grown children serve with their families in full-time ministry and as medical missionaries in Africa.