There’s a healing message of hope for victims of suicide

Spiritual Life

There’s a healing message of hope for victims of suicide

The black and white signs appear in shop windows, bold words of encouragement for those who walk by the storefronts. While visiting Seaside, Ore., Nancy Murray was touched and impressed to discover why this town displayed these messages of hope. She found the answer and also learned about God’s healing message for those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

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