For 14 continuous years, the yearly number of people attempting suicide in Japan has been over 30,000. An average of 270,000 people are receiving emotional or psychological care in Japan on a daily basis. There are many people whose hearts are filled with sorrow and suffering, and who are finding it difficult to live in the midst of their worries. Yet, those who seek help by coming to the church are few. Is the church unable to respond to the needs of those who require help? Are we Christians unable to be a neighbor to them? Perhaps, we are not even attempting to be one. A proposal from the field of suicide prevention.

「日本では自殺者が14年連続年間3万人を超え続ける。精神科に通院している人は一日平均6万人に上り、精神科に入院している人は、一日平均21万人を超えています。心に悲しみや苦しみを抱え、悩みの中で生きづらさを感じている人がたくさんいます。しかし、教会に助けを求めて来る人は少ない。教会は助けを必要とする人のニーズに応えられないのか?私たちクリスチャンは隣人になれないのか。もしかするとなろうとしていない可能性はないか。自殺防止の現場からの提言。」

Suicide Prevention and Other Counseling Needs

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