A Grace Manual for Those Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide

Suicides happen every second. That means that someone loses a loved one, a spouse, an aunt, an uncle, a brother or sister, a son or daughter, or a parent in those seconds. People need spiritual guidance from experts who can help them answer the difficult questions they have. They might not verbalize it, but they wonder where their loved ones are. Many times it is assumed that suicide is the unforgivable sin, and their loved ones are lost forever.

Dr. Perchitti’s book is not an all-encompassing look at suicide but rather a manual of hope—hope for people who have lost loved ones and hope for communities and churches as they seek to minister and provide resources for those individuals. This book is unique because few spiritual resources are available to those who have lost their loved one to suicide.

Readers of this book who have been impacted in any form by suicide may lack assurance and confidence about the subject. They need to know that clergy are there for them and that the Bible is filled with answers to the questions that burn in their hearts, even though they may not admit them. While they feel that they themselves have no answers, this book says otherwise!

This book answers the most important and heartfelt questions about suicide from a biblical perspective. You’ll be able to continue in your process of grief and recovery, knowing the spiritual reality concerning your loved ones. This will enable you more quickly to get back to normal functioning and help you know the truth in the face of religious, cultural, and familial ambiguity. Suicide: Unforgivable? is a book that is needed now, more than ever!

ISBN: 978-1956365276 Paperback $17.95  AMAZON
ISBN: 978-1956365283 Ebook $16.95  AMAZON
RELIGION / Christian Living / Death, Grief, Bereavement

Thomas Perchitti (Ed. D, Grand Canyon University) is the senior pastor at Tyre Ref. Church. He is an NAMB endorsed Army chaplain (reserves) and Adjunct Professor. He holds M.A., M.Div. and TH.M., degrees from Liberty University and an M.A., in Apologetics from Houston Baptist University. He was born and raised in Miami and currently resides in Waterloo New York. He is married and has three boys and two granddaughters.

Email: tperchitti@aol.com