Discover a compassionate, shame-free guide for your darkest days.
What happens when loving Jesus doesn't resolve your depression, anxiety, or suicidal thoughts? You could be crushed by shame over your mental illness, only to be told by well-meaning believers to choose joy and pray more. So you beg God to take away the pain, but nothing eases the ache within. As darkness lingers and color fades from your world, you're left with wondering if God has abandoned you.
You just want a way out.
There's still hope.
In I Love Jesus, But I Want to Die, Sarah J. Robinson provides a healthy, practical, and shame-free guide for Christians dealing with mental illness. With unflinching honesty, Share gives her story of battling depression and fighting to stay alive despite toxic theology that made her scared to find help outside the church. Coupling her own story with scriptural insights, mental health research, and simple practices, Sarah helps you reconnect with the God who is present through our deepest anguish and find that you are worth everything it takes to get better.
Beautifully written and filled with hard-won wisdom, I Love Jesus, But I Want To Die provides a path toward a rich, hope-filled life in Christ, even when healing doesn't look like what you expect.