A United States pastor known for his mental health advocacy has killed himself, church officials say.
Jarrid Wilson, 30, worked with 15,000 members of Harvest Christian Fellowship Church for 1
Mr. Wilson and his wife co-founded the Anthem of Hope, a program created to help people who are facing depression. chest ".
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My loving, giving, kind, encouraging, handsome, hilarious, give her back husband a hug last night with Jesus. No more pain, my jerry, no more struggle. You are done and you are finally free. Suicide and sadness are feeding you the worst lies, but you know the truth of Jesus and I know you are right next to him. I love you forever, Thomas jarrid Wilson, but I must say that you are gone have my heart fully tugged at my chest. You love me and our children relentlessly and I am forever grateful that you have YOUR spouse and a father among our sons. You are my forever and I will continue to tell others of the hope in Jesus that you have found and boldly spoke. Getting a suicide doesn't get the last word. I will not let it go. You always say "Hope you get the last word. Jesus gets the last word." Your life's work has led to thousands of feet of Jesus and your courage to tell others about your struggle with anxiety and loneliness has helped many other people feel that they are not alone.THE ANTHEM OF HOPE to all, kid, and I will do my best to continue your legacy of love until my last breath. jare, but you need Jesus to hold you and I have to be okay with that. You're All In Me. From the day we met, J & J. You still love. These are the pictures of him in his happy place – fishing The day is far away.I will teach our kids all your tricks, babe. 2:02 pm PDT  The end of hisjuliwilson's Instagram post
His death was confirmed by Senior Pastor Greg Laurie, who leads a church in southern California.
"Jarrid loved the Lord and had a servant's heart. He was alive, positive, and always serving and helping others," he wrote on the church's website.
"Jarrid has also repeatedly dealt with depression and is very open about his ongoing struggle," Mr. Laurie added. "She wants to help those who are dealing with suicidal thoughts especially."
Another church pastor, Jason Powell, also paid tribute.
Shortly before his death, Wilson tweeted about the funeral service of a "Jesus-loving woman who took her own life".
"Loving Jesus does not always cure the thoughts of suicide. Loving Jesus does not always cure depression," he wrote.
"But that doesn't mean Jesus doesn't give us companionship and comfort," he continued. "He always does that."
A fundraiser to support Wilson's family raised more than $ 42,000 (£ 34,000) on Wednesday.
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