We often hear about speaking truth to power. What isn’t often spoken is truth to the pain and suffering suicides leave in their wake. When pastor Jim Wisland’s son Erik took his own life Jim went in search of answers. Scripture, of course, but also other ancient texts. He then founded the Arctic Resource Center for Suicide Prevention to bring the latest thinking about suicide to others. He also co-founded the Epic Warrior Training program to address the high number of suicides our Armed Forces veterans experience. That program recently attracted a large grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.