Many of us have scars. Some are internal, and some are visible. Bad things have happened to us. People and institutions have wounded us deeply. And many of us walk around under a heavy blanket of shame due to the awful experiences we have endured. But in the past five years, during recovery from my suicide attempt, I have learned that scars are just grace tattoos.
Over the past year, I’ve given away more than 100 copies of my Amazon best-selling book, From Pastor to a Psych Ward. Pretty exciting, right? The sad news is, I’m down to only 10 copies remaining. Keep reading to see how you can get a really cool shirt and help me give away more free books!
Until July 10th get your “Scars are just GRACE tattoos” t-shirt and support the fight for suicide prevention.
I was a pastor when I nearly died by suicide. Mental illness is no respecter of persons – it doesn’t care if you’re a Christian, a Muslim, an atheist, or none-of-the-above. Anxiety and depression are sometimes ruthless, causing a person to feel completely overwhelmed and without hope.
My book, From Pastor to a Psych Ward, offers hope and help for those who have found themselves in a desperate time. Would you help me purchase more copies of this powerful memoir to put into the hands of those who cannot afford their own copy? It’s really a win-win! You get a cool shirt, and you help me help others. What could be better than that?
Not interested in a t-shirt? You can sponsor boxes of books, instead! A box of 50 books is $130 and a box of 100 books is only $260. Can you imagine saving a life for less than 3 bucks? If you’re interested in sponsoring a box of books, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Steve Austin is an author, speaker, and life coach who is passionate about helping overwhelmed people learn to catch their breath. He is the author of two Amazon bestsellers, "Catching Your Breath," and "From Pastor to a Psych Ward." Steve lives with his wife and two children in Birmingham, Alabama.
Why No One Really Cares What You Believe
It was Really Quiet the Day I Decided to Die
You are not the worst mistake you’ve ever made.
God is Love. No, really.
I Need You to Help Me See God Clearly
Hope for the Forsaken: A Doxology in Darkness
How Should Pastors Respond to People with Mental Illness?
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