Melodie Davis
Wednesday, July 21, 2010

“Suicide had never occurred in the family and it wasn’t in our working vocabulary,” said Fred Fox after the death of his son by suicide. He and his wife Gail are the guests on Shaping Families radio program beginning July 24. 

The Foxes found different ways of coping with their emotions during that time as well as different ways of recovering and growing their faith. Each of them today shares a powerful story of hope that there is faith to be found, even in the face of tragedy.

Shaping Families radio program focuses on the difficult issues that often arise in families. The program airs each weekend on 15 local radio stations and is available online at www.ShapingFamilies.com

 

 

https://www.mennonitemission.net/news/Shaping Families- Finding Faith after a Suicide

 

 



 

 

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