Church working to save teen lives, prevent suicide

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It's being called an epidemic; teen suicides and attempted suicides in our state are at an all-time high.

Parents and guardians are constantly searching for answers on how to save a teenager's life.

Andy Rauschkolb, high school pastor at Crossings Community Church talked with us about a few keys ways you could help save a life.

He said Crossings is hoping to help save teen lives by dispelling the myths and misconceptions about teenage suicide.

One way they are doing that is inviting author Rich Van Pelt to speak at the church.

If you would like to hear him speak for free, he kicks off Crossings' spring speaker series with "You can save a teenager's life" Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

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