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I Love Jesus, But I Want To Die

Sarah J Robinson

Paperback. 240 pages.

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I Love Jesus, But I Want To Die

A shame-free guide for Christians who feel crushed under the weight of severe depression and suicidal thoughts that offers a clear, hopeful road map to a rich and vibrant life in Christ.

Christians who struggle with severe depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts know the intense shame that comes with the darkness and the fear of opening up. While the Church often counsels those struggling to read their Bible more and pray, and to "choose joy" because 'good Christians aren't depressed,' countless Christians battle severe, crippling mental health issues that aren't so easily erased.

'In I Love Jesus, but I Want to Die', Sarah J. Robinson breaks open the conversation about severe depression and mental illness. Robinson bravely bares the depths of pain with proven tactics and resources for help and
healing, giving readers confidence that they are not alone in their suffering and the conviction that they are worth whatever it takes to get well and fight for wholeness.

Beautifully written by a fellow sufferer, 'I Love Jesus, but I Want to Die' leads readers on a journey toward something they thought impossible: a rich vibrant life in Christ, in spite of severe depression and suicidal thoughts.

VIRAL ARTICLE: This book has grown out of the viral article (https://tinyurl.com/swgxes8) by the same title, which has garnered over 450,000 views, in addition to the hundreds of thousands of views it has received in syndication across the internet.

TIMELY TOPIC: Following the suicides of several high-profile Christian leaders in the past eighteen months, the Church is reckoning with its position on mental health. This book will serve as a resource for Christians who are seeking help for their struggles.

PUSHES BOUNDARIES: While this book covers anxiety and mild-to-moderate depression, it also addresses aspects of mental health that aren't commonly discussed in the Church, such as self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and relapses.

PRACTICAL APPROACH: This book is packed with simple, doable tactics that enable readers to practically apply the information, including how to connect with God through the Bible and prayer in a life-giving way, how to find a good therapist and stay invested in the hard work of healing, how to talk to a doctor about taking medication, and how to find healthy community in the Church.

GROWING PLATFORM: Sarah enjoys speaking opportunities focused on faith, mental health, and suicide prevention and she is actively expanding her speaking schedule.

BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN: In captivating prose, Sarah details her personal experience with depression and suicide attempts as well as her work alongside fellow sufferers, giving her disarming approach a gentle tone of grace.

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