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In this Aug. 3, 2021 photo retired California Highway Patrol officer Kevin Briggs poses below the Golden Gate Bridge near Sausalito, Calif. Briggs responded to many suicide attempts on the Golden Gate Bridge during his career. He met Kevin Berthia in 2005 when Berthia attempted suicide and now the two speak nationally about suicide prevention. Briggs joined the CHP in 1990 and began responding to emergencies on the bridge in 1994, where he would work with people in crisis four to six times a month. He retired in 2013. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Meet the “Guardian of the Golden Gate”

A lone bison stands in a field in front of the Grand Teton mountains in Wyoming. By moosehenderson/stock.adobe.com. Some people wonder, "Is Wyoming a state?"

Does Wyoming really exist? The “post-holiday blues” and the reality of post-Christmas hope

Marielle Larson, 3, looks over her father Derek's shoulder at an oversized Godzilla model on the convention floor during Preview Night at the 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego, Wednesday, July 17, 2019, in San Diego, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP). This article also looks at why Americans say they're spiritual but not religious.

“Godzilla” breaks box office records: Signs of the times and the paradoxical path to spiritual peace

An outstretched arm holds a bouquet of sunflowers against an off-white background. By Floral Deco/stock.adobe.com.

Man holds signs and hands out flowers to remind people they are loved

The college campus of Auburn University, where hundreds of students were recently baptized following a worship service. By Mohammad/stock.adobe.com

Hundreds of students baptized after worship service on Auburn college campus

A man sits with his back and head against a wall, arms crossed, suggestive of dealing with anxiety, stress, or depression. ©Photographee.eu/stock.adobe.com. Unfortunately, many people in a similar position may be asking themselves, "What does the Bible say about suicide?"

What does the Bible say about suicide?

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott throws before a preseason NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, Saturday, Aug. 19, 2023, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Lindsey Wasson). Prescott is one of 57 NFL QBs taking part in QB United, an effort to prevent suicides as part of World Suicide Prevention Day on Sept. 10.

57 NFL QBs to team up for suicide prevention

To stop suicide every 40 seconds: Jacob Coyne with Stay Here discusses Christ-centered suicide prevention

This illustration made available by Johns Hopkins APL and NASA depicts NASA's DART probe, upper right, on course to impact the asteroid Dimorphos, left, which orbits Didymos. DART is expected to zero in on the asteroid Monday, Sept. 26, 2022, intent on slamming it head-on at 14,000 mph. The impact should be just enough to nudge the asteroid into a slightly tighter orbit around its companion space rock. (Steve Gribben/Johns Hopkins APL/NASA via AP)

Unleashing a deadly boulder storm: Pastor ministry and the law of unintended consequences

Both clad in black, a man hugs a grieving woman at a cemetery. © By LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS/stock.adobe.com. The Associated Press has reported that suicide has reached an all-time high in the US.

“US suicides hit an all-time high last year”: Is faith relevant to death by suicide?

FILE - A person shows their scan card for their personal selection numbers for a ticket for a Powerball drawing on Nov. 7, 2022, at a convenience store in Renfrew, Pa. A winning ticket has been sold in California for Wednesday's drawing on July 19, 2023, for the Powerball jackpot worth $1 billion. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)

Winning ticket sold for $1.08 billion Powerball jackpot

Mental health, psychology, and faith: A conversation with Chris Legg, LPC

Mental health, psychology, and faith: A conversation with Chris Legg, LPC

A prescription bottle is filled with white pills and surrounded by more pills of the same, indicative of the fentanyl crisis in America. © By Steve Cukrov/stock.adobe.com

The fentanyl crisis in America explained: How Christians can respond

Images created by Eliot Higgins with the use of artificial intelligence show a fictitious skirmish with Donald Trump and New York City police officers posted on Higgins' Twitter account, as photographed on an iPhone in Arlington, Va., Thursday, March 23, 2023. The highly detailed, sensational images, which are not real, were produced using a sophisticated and widely accessible image generator. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)

Trump deepfakes and TikTok’s troubling algorithm reveal our deepest need

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Can Christians “pull the plug” on a dying loved one? Is euthanasia biblical? A conversation with Jackson McNeece

Person with bad sleep laying awake in bed

Why “sleep tourism” and “hang-xiety” are windows into our culture

How to help prevent suicide and aiding survivors: A conversation with John Mark Caton

How to navigate suicide, self-harm, depression, and emotions with preteens and teens: A conversation with Jeff and Terra Mattson

What is the unpardonable sin?

The death of Naomi Judd and “the disease of mental illness”

Why are teens sadder, lonelier, and more depressed than ever before?

Lunar dust collected by Neil Armstrong up for auction

What is physician-assisted suicide? Why “death with dignity” is so troubling

Former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst posted cryptic message before her death by suicide

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