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I do believe that one of the great legacies of the Warrens will be how God used their pain, and they allowed God to do so, to help churches deal with mental health issues.
World Vision's reversal, Kay Warren on son's suicide, 33 Christian leaders under 33, and more.
Kay Warren commemorated her late son Matthew on International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day and encouraged others by noting that while suicide rate is high in the United States, there is hope because suicide is preventable.
CP interview Kay Warren about how the suicide of their son, Matthew, who struggled with mental illness, has impacted the church.
More than 450 million men, women and children around the world live with mental illness. In the U.S. alone, 60 million people will struggle with a mental health crisis this year. Our mental health services are severely inadequate and have reached...