Suicide Prevention and Helps
Thank you for visiting our site. Is Suicide a Solution to the Problems of Life? We realize that suicide rates are rapidly increasing. Daily in the USA, an average of twenty-two veterans take their own lives. It is estimated that in my state of Indiana, one out of ten high school students will attempt suicide before they graduate. In order for our ministry to grow, we need to reach people like yourself who are looking for the answers found in our book Suicide: Prevention and Helps for Those Left Behind. This book is second to none. If you should have any questions at all, you can drop us an email: [email protected]. We will do our best to respond as quickly as possible. Please help turn the tide by using and sharing this new book – SUICIDE: Prevention and Helps for Those Left Behind by Dr. James Bachman. (Finally a Thorough, Practical, Biblical Approach)
Do you know someone who is suicidal or people who have lost a loved one through suicide? They need this book. Pastors, counselors, and even lay people can find the real causes and deterrents of suicide and how to help the bereaved find healing. Other sources are available for suicide prevention and comfort for the bereaved, but none of them are as thoroughly based on the Bible as this book. Over 1,450 Bible references are used in explaining and illustrating God’s plan for success in prevention and recovery. Our all-knowing God Who is the God of all comfort is the most reliable source of help.
Suicidal people need a program of long-term transformation of thoughts and actions as well as emergency intervention both found in this book. This book gives Biblical alternatives and an understanding which shine the light in their hopelessness. Most people wanting to commit suicide don’t really desire to die, they simply wish to get out of their situation and are at a loss of any other way to handle it. This is where Suicide: Prevention and Helps provides a long-term Biblical approach that will truly show that there is hope and a way out of this thought process. By using God’s word as the final authority, we can rest upon His promises to see us through each day!
The suicidal need to understand and properly handle suffering plus know how to find and fulfill God’s real calling for the remaining years of their lives. This book accomplishes both. Those contemplating suicide should read what spiritual professionals are saying about Suicide: Prevention and Helps for Those Left Behind. God loves you whether you believe it or not. He does not want you to end your life, but Satan does. Read this book soon. You and your family will be glad you did. Suicide Prevention Training for Christian Educators, Teachers, Instructors, Professionals, and Students will truly learn and enjoy this Book.
Many real-life stories experiences in Dr. Bachman’s ministry add great insight and interest for the reader.
Dr. James Bachman spent thirty-two of his fifty-plus years of ministry as the senior pastor of Roanoke Baptist Church. He is known for his caring, biblical, and helpful counseling.
His wife Sharon, daughter Vicky Bachman Pope, and sons Dr. Mark Bachman and Dr. Jack Bachman have a combined 130 years of full-time Christian service.
God has enabled the author to rescue several people in the process of committing suicide and help much bereaved find a new purpose to go on with their lives.
Is it possible for a man to write an exhaustive book on a particular subject? Probably not, but Dr. James Bachman has come very close to doing just that in his book on suicide. Just taking a casual glance at the topics listed in the Table of Contents will give you an idea as to the depth of study Dr. Bachman has put into this very important subject.
The reason this book with its human author is so close to being exhaustive is because the material contained herein is based on the Bible, the only exhaustive book written on any subject. The Author of the Bible is omniscient and as such has given us the complete truth in His Word. Dr. Bachman has wisely based his conclusions about this matter on God’s Word as opposed to basing them on leading psychiatrists’ and psychologists’ opinions.
Any family member whose loved one takes his own life has a difficult time understanding the matter. A pastor receiving a call for help because someone has committed suicide immediately gets a sick feeling in his stomach. There is no easy way to deal with the fallout of suicide, but Dr. Bachman’s practical suggestions are valuable and helpful for individuals left with the task of lifting up those close to the one who has taken his own life.
Are you weary of always going to books written by the unsaved on sensitive subjects such as the one that is the theme of this book? You no longer have to go to the books written by unsaved men or by those who seek to change the Bible to make it fit their findings. Scriptural, practical, and helpful truths are available in this book. I believe it would be highly advantageous for every pastor and layman to read this book.
God bless Dr. Bachman for his effort, diligence, and love put forth in this endeavor to help others.
Dr. Terry Anglea
Pastor of Faith Baptist Church
This book is an incredible wealth of biblical wisdom! It is an indispensable resource for prevention of suicide and healing for those suffering in the aftermath of such a horrible tragedy. It includes a tremendously practical and solidly scriptural prevention program that can be simply applied in one’s personal life.
Mike Tarr, Senior Pastor
I have dealt with a lot of suicides over the years and this book will be excellent to get people back on solid ground again and to help them understand what is going on in people’s hearts and minds.
Dr. Tom Williams, Evangelist
There is no easy way to deal with the fallout of suicide, but Dr. Bachman’s practical suggestions are valuable and helpful for individuals left with the task of lifting up those close to the one who has taken his own life.
Dr. Terry Anglea, Faith Baptist Church Pastor
Suicide in the military is a dreadfully serious problem. I personally believe that leaders and chaplains at all levels of government and military service will reap immense benefits and spiritual insights from reading this exceptionally useful and practical compilation of thoughts in this intriguing book.
Colonel J. Tyler Ryberg, USMC (Retired)
In his book, Dr. Bachman brings God out of the waiting room and into the therapist’s chair. I recommend Suicide: Prevention and Helps for Those Left Behind because it illustrates an original, age-old, proven approach to effectively handle and conquer this spiritual problem. That approach is God!
Richard Ertter, Psychotherapist, MA, LCPC
Dr. James Bachman is a man of God who is uniquely qualified to write on this subject matter. He does not write from a theoretical perspective, but from years of experience. As a professional physician for over 35 years and as a born again Christian for over 60 years, I have faced some of the battles in my practice about which Dr. Bachman writes. I believe that this book will help those contemplating suicide to weigh heavily what they are about to do and seek help. It will even help and comfort those left behind after a loved one has taken his life. I would recommend it to pastors, counselors, physicians, and the layman who is struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Dr. Cal Streeter, Physician
I unequivocally recommend Dr. Bachman’s book on Suicide. As a chaplain in the United States Army, I have dealt with soldiers and suicide on every level. I can tell you there are healing words of hope through Christ in these pages for you or a loved one. This book provides knowledge, insight, support, and guidance for those who may be dealing with suicidal thoughts or have dealt with the loss of a loved one to suicide.
Chaplain (Major) Michael Swartz, United States Army
Dr. Bachman’s book offers help and encouragement from a Christian point of view for those who endure the loss and grief of a loved one through suicide. Information to detect suicidal tendencies and suggestions to prevent suicide are included.
The good news of how to know God personally through His Son, Jesus Christ, is presented clearly. In addition, the author reminds us to be wise, loving and kind with our words because we don’t always know the hurts and heartaches others carry.
Fern Brown, Layperson