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Teen Talk Suicide
10-Day Teen Talk: Suicide

This is a scary topic that no parent wants to even think about much less talk about with their child. But what do we do when that reality hits home, when our children struggle with very real issues? How do we help our kids find physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing? 

This 10-Day Experience will give you hope and practicals of how to think about and bring up one of the most difficult conversations you might ever have.
Free Parent’s Guide to Suicide
Download your free -  A Parent's Guide to Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention $3.99 FREE "Let’s acknowledge the elephant in the room: This is a scary topic that...
Suicide Video Kit
Suicide Video Kit

Depression. Anxiety. Self-Harm.

The different portions of this topic address suicide, depression, anxiety, and self-harm in teens.

Suicide & Self-Harm Prevention Guide
Suicide & Self-Harm Prevention Guide

With rates of both on the rise, we can’t afford to not talk with our children about these difficult topics. Learn what God says about both, how to initiate conversations, and how to get help.

Pages: 10

Teen Talks
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Axis Summits
5 Summits. 250 Expert Interviews. We have interviewed over 250 parenting and discipling experts to help provide encouragement and equip you with wisdom on how to...
Vol. 5 Issue 18 | May 3, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z’s First Family? What it is: In the upcoming 2020 Presidential election millennials and their Gen Z counterparts are poised…

Vol. 5 Issue 18 | May 3, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z’s First Family? What it is: In the upcoming 2020 Presidential election millennials and their Gen Z counterparts are poised…

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