ELSEWHERE: “The Pursuit of Happiness”

Suicide is a curious and awful human plague, claiming victims among the depressed and the flourishing alike. Last week, a Brooklyn couple that hosted a self-help radio show, The Pursuit of Happiness, took their lives together. On their last airing, they spoke on how change can enhance contentment. Unlike things that change, only satisfaction in Christ, who is “the same yesterday today and forever,” is lasting (Heb. 13:8).

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About Ryan Hoselton

Ryan Hoselton is working on a Master of Theology in Louisville, KY. He’s married to Jaclyn, his latina co-explorer in learning, travel, and exotic culinary research. He contributes blogs on church history at Historia Ecclesiastica. Twitter: @ryanhoselton


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