Are you experiencing suicidal thoughts or suffering abuse?

Please do not act on your suicidal feelings. You are not alone – and there IS help.

 

You are in a very difficult situation and you need to tell someone that can help relieve the situation immediately and then help restore you. Please pick up the phone and call one or all of the following:
What To Do:

1. Call your Pastor – If you are not currently attending a church, call the Pastor of a large church in your area.
2. Call the National Suicide Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or 1-800-273-TALK.
3. Go online to the National Domestic Violence’s website www.ndvh.org. They offer great support including safety planning and action steps.
4. Prayer Support: If you would like anonymous prayer support, please call our 24-7 prayer line at 855 440 HOPE (4673).
5. Call your local hospital, women’s services, or call 911.

A Letter of hope from Os Hillman:

Dear Friend in Christ,

I wanted to let you know that the season you are in will pass and God will make something good of your experience. The keys to getting through your adversity are:
1) Take one day at a time and ask God for grace for that day only
2) Don’t project outcomes to the future. In other words, don’t think about all the ramifications of what “may” happen resulting from your circumstances
3) Meditate on the Word of God and be obedient to the small things He shows you.

Prayer:
“Lord, I pray for that you will give the grace needed for this hour. That you will give peace in the midst of the storm and turn the Valley of Anchor (trouble), into a door of hope in this life (Hosea 2:15). Use this child of yours for your Kingdom purposes and demonstrate your faithfulness in meeting needs at this time. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”

In Christ,

Os Hillman and the staff at Marketplace Leaders

God loves you and wants you protected and safe.