SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON SUICIDE

Our sermon ideas on Suicide will help you preach a powerful message on the tough topic of suicide. Prepare your messages on suicide with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


SUICIDE SERMON OUTLINES

by Johnny Hunt

In the USA every 15 minutes someone takes their own life. That's 35,000 suicides every year. Sadly, suicide occurs among Christians at essentially the same rate as non-Christians. Suicide kills a disproportionate number of young people and the elderly, and it has become increasingly prevalent among returning veterans. More active duty soldiers now...

by John McKain

Even on the calm beautiful days of Spring, voices and faces still return to my mind. Mark came to a screeching stop on the country road in front of our house. ''Mr. - just shot himself. You need to get over there quickly!'' It came as such a shock to every one. Who would have of thought he would have done it? Gina was a different story. You remember me...

by Stan Coffey

People do not like to think about death, yet there is something about the subject that draws us like a magnet. Some people respond to the idea of death with defiance. Others laugh at death. George Burns said ''I don't believe in death.'' Some are resigned to death. The saddest of all are those who invite death. Death is a dreaded...

by Jerry Vines

I wonder how many of you have seen our T.V. commercials ''Come Home''? We've had a lot of wonderful and positive response from these commercials. We have had a number of people who said, having seen those commercials, that it's time for them to come home and they did. We thank God for it. Picking up on that theme in this new series of...

by Miles Seaborn

Clarence Darrow said, ''I've never killed anyone but I've read a lot of obituaries with glee.'' By the time the average America child gets to the sixth grade, they have witnessed 6,000 murders (TV- Movies) and 100,000 acts of violence. Every 22 minutes someone is stabbed, shot...

by Ernest Easley

Whenever a person takes their own life, we're left not only to deal with the normal emotions that come when we lose a loved one, but we're also left with a lot of unanswered questions. ''Why did this happen?'' ''Were there any signals I should have seen?'' ''Did I offer the love and support that was needed?'' Could I have done...

by Frank Damazio

I am convinced that we as believers can make a difference in and around our every-day living. I am believing you will be inspired and motivated to higher levels of kind and loving behavior in every-day life. This is a time to deliver love, goodness, and encouragement to others. Let us set our hearts aflame with a new desire to make a difference. In our culture today...

by James Merritt

Many people ask is life really worth living? More and more people are beginning to answer that question with a resounding no. There are more suicides in America than there are murders. M\ore people are killing themselves than are killing others. Psychiatrists tell us that there are at least 12 million people in America who are in such deep depression they have lost all desire...

by Rick Ferguson

Do you know what the number one illness is in America today? Do you know the one illness that more Americans suffer from than any other illness? It is clinical depression. This tells me that very few people in our day understand or enjoy real, abiding peace of mind. Let me share a few alarming facts with you: (1) Every year 50,000-70,000 people...

by Rex Yancey

Jesus performed a double miracle on the Sabbath day. He went to a church that was filled with lost members, hypocritical preachers, and cold and unconcerned sinners. These people accused Jesus of working miracles in the power of Satan. These words brought from the lips of Jesus the message of the unpardonable sin. What is the worst sin you can think of this...