Once Suicidal Evangelist, Jay Lowder, Available to Speak to Robin Williams’ Death
Evangelist Jay Lowder understands what it is like to be both an individual considering suicide and a parent trying to cope with a child with depression. He is available to speak to the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams, who suffered from depression and is believed to have committed suicide.
In his 20s, Lowder’s struggle with suicidal tendencies led him to put a gun to his head, finger hooked into the trigger. Had not his roommate unexpectedly walked through the door, he would not be alive today. Today, he speaks in schools, recovery programs, juvenal detention facilities and churches around the world offering hope to those dealing with suicidal thoughts.
Additionally, his daughter recently emerged from a season of clinical depression, during which he and his wife sought to offer her spiritual and professional guidance.
Jay Lowder has been a full-time evangelist for more than 20 years. Founder of Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, he has participated in hundreds of community-wide events, rallies and conferences around the world. He has appeared on various national radio and TV shows in the past, and is also author of Midnight in Aisle 7. For more information, visit http://www.jaylowder.com or http://alarryross.com/newsroom/jay-lowder-harvest-ministries-newsroom-home/.
By phone, Skype or live, via studio from Dallas, Texas
Using his personal experience, Lowder can share four common misconceptions associated with suicide and depression.
National Suicide Prevention Week is the Monday through Sunday surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th.