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Category: Ministering to those affected by suicide
Ministering to Those Affected by Suicide
Crossing the Threshold: When Suicide Hits the Family of God
In this article, Dr. Page discusses how the church should respond to suicide and how best to minister to those who are grieving the loss of a suicide. Read it here.
This article originally appeared in the Vol. 21, No. 2 issue of Christian Counseling Today magazine, a quarterly publication of the American Association of Christian Counselors (www.AACC.net).
Interview with Faith Radio (9/22/14)
In an interview with Neil Stavem on the Faith Radio program “Connecting Faith,” Frank S. Page spoke about his book Melissa: A Father’s Lessons From a Daughter’s Suicide and how to minister to those who are dealing with the suicide of a loved one.
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Frank Page offers mental health hope to Gardner-Webb
Frank S. Page visited Gardner-Webb University on March 17, 2015 to encourage students, local ministers and community members who are dealing with mental health challenges and the trials of others. Read about his visit in the Biblical Recorder or listen to his address below.
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School lecture
Dr. Page spoke to students at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School’s November 5, 2015, chapel service on the topic of suicide.
In Your Corner with Kerry Pharr
In this episode of “In Your Corner” with Kerry Pharr, Frank S. Page discusses his book Melissa and offers encouragement to those whose lives have been affected by suicide.
Melissa (Interview on The Exchange, 9/3/13)
Frank S. Page joined Ed Stetzer on this episode of The Exchange. Ed and Dr. Page talk about Dr. Page’s book, Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide, as well as the topic of mental health in the church and ministering to those who are experiencing loss to suicide.
Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide
In Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide, Frank S. Page writes about the spiritual truths and biblical practices he learned and put into action following his daughter’s suicide. Page is hoping his story will help the church address this all-too-real problem. It is available at LifeWay.com.