In this edition
Suicide deaths among incarcerated youth ‘two to three times higher’ than youths in general population |MVNU invites community to hear stories of Tragedy into Triumph | Thought of the day | New music from The Cashmans| New partnership between Bethel Music, Jeff Roberts & Associates |
In this edition
Suicide deaths among incarcerated youth ‘two to three times higher’ than youths in general population
From Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth aged 10 to 24 years, and it accounts for more than 17 percent of all deaths in this age group. In 2016, an estimated 6,150 youths died by suicide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The overall rate of deaths by suicide in this age group is 9.6 per 100,000.
According to a U.S. Department of Justice survey, from 2000 to 2014, suicide rates were two to three times higher for youth in custody than those in the general population.
In a new study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP), researchers from Nationwide Children’s Hospital looked at circumstances preceding suicide to understand better why this disparity in suicide rate exists.
“We had some ideas going in about what might be associated with the difference in suicide rates,” says Donna Ruch, PhD, post-doctoral scientist in the Center for Suicide Prevention and Research in The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s. “But by using the available data, we were able to uncover some surprising similarities and differences.”
The study used a nationally representative sample to examine characteristics and circumstances leading to suicide deaths among incarcerated youth. By mining the National Violent Death Reporting System data from 2003 to 2012, researchers compared data from youth aged 10 to 24 who died by suicide during incarceration to those who died by suicide in the general population.
MVNU invites community to hear stories of Tragedy into Triumph
From Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Tragedy is “an event causing great suffering, destruction and distress.” Triumph is “joy or satisfaction resulting from a success or victory.” It is in the space between tragedy and triumph where many find their path and the voice to tell their story. Three such stories will come to life as Mount Vernon Nazarene University hosts Tragedy into Triumph, March 18-20.
Tragedy into Triumph, now in its 11th year, is a three-part experience that will connect the audience with three unique people who will share their personal stories of tragedy and how a common thread — God — helped them rise from the pits of despair to soar like an eagle.
“I am extremely excited about bringing Tragedy into Triumph to campus in collaboration with the North Central Ohio District,” said MVNU President Dr. Henry W. Spaulding II. “It will be an evangelistic event for our students and for the Mount Vernon community. The speakers will tell their story of how God turned their personal tragedy into triumph. This message is central to the mission of MVNU and we play all who attend will be blessed.”
Stuart’s Opera House presents the 15th annual Nelsonville Music Festival, June 6-9, 2019 at Robbins Crossing on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio.
Death Cab for Cutie to play Nelsonville Music Festival
From Nelsonville Music Festival
NMF is incredibly excited to welcome Death Cab For Cutie to the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival. Death Cab for Cutie will perform Saturday, June 8.
Four days of music featuring over 60 bands on multiple stages all weekend long with camping, kids activities, artisan vendors, food, beer garden, and much more. Weekend passes for all four days are on sale now for $140 (with no fees), and the price will go up as we get closer to the festival weekend.
Weekend passes for Nelsonville residents and teens are only $70, and kids 12 and under are free. Camping passes and VIP weekend passes to the festival are also on sale now.
New music from The Cashmans
From McCain and Co.
Evangelistic husband and wife singer/songwriter duo, The Cashmans, are prepping for the long awaited national release of their CD,City of God, which is slated to impact retail March 1, 2019, from CLG Distribution, and will be available from major online retailers including iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
The project was produced by Grammy nominated, Dove Award winning Producer of the Year Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Sidewalk Prophets, Chris August, Hawk Nelson) and Grammy and Dove nominated producer/mixer Barry Weeks (Kelly Clarkson, Backstreet Boys, Francesca Battistelli). City of God features songwriting collaborations with Eskelin and Grammy nominee Sarah Hart (Amy Grant, Celtic Woman, Matt Maher, Laura Story, Audrey Assad), among others.
City of God runs the stylistic gamut from CCM pop and Americana to heartfelt worship. The Cashmans imbue each song on the album with an intimate spiritual vitality that comes from spending time in the Word. But more than that, the project as a whole lays a firm foundation of worship and discipleship.
New partnership between Bethel Music, Jeff Roberts & Associates
From McCain and Co.
Industry powerhouses Bethel Music and Jeff Roberts & Associates (JRA) are partnering to support the extensive touring efforts of Bethel Music. The collective of artists that form Bethel Music have been taking their music across the U.S. and around the world, including a recent trek in the UK. JRA has been serving artists for 33 years, including notables like Casting Crowns, for KING & COUNTRY, Matt Maher, Skillet and more. The collaboration will continue the forward touring momentum with each group.
“JRA has long admired the amazing things happening with Bethel Music and all of their leaders,” shares Jeff Roberts, President of JRA. “We are beyond excited to now be able to partner with and represent them as we strive to expand what they are doing globally to impact the world.”
Amongst the roster JRA will represent from the Bethel Music family is Brian and Jenn Johnson, Cory Asbury, Josh Baldwin, Kalley Heiligenthal, Paul and Hannah McClure, Kristene DiMarco, Hunter Thompson, Sean Feucht, Bethany Wohrle and Emmy Rose. Bethel Music has grown from being a local church music ministry to becoming a global outreach of resonating songwriters, worship leaders and music.
“Over the years we’ve built a relationship with the Jeff Roberts Agency through many of their amazing artists they represent,” shares Bethel Music CEO Joel Taylor. “We have felt the way they’ve cared for them like family, and now we’re excited to be a part of that family.”
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