Latest News about Alcohol related death among the young Irish men
'Highly dangerous' neknomination drinking game craze claims its first two lives in Ireland as one man drowns and another found dead in Dublin house
Ross Cummins, 22, died in Dublin amid reports he was drinking spirits
Jonny Byrne, 19, was discovered in the river at Milford Bridge in Co Carlow
Both men are believed to have been taking part in 'NekNominate' craze
Byrne's family issues emotional plea to young men not to take part in game
Players 'neck' liquor while doing stunt before nominating friend to do same
Girlfriend pays heart-rending tribute to 'one in a million' Mr Cummins
Two young men died in Ireland over the weekend, both suspected victims of the 'NekNominate' drinking craze.
Ross Cummins, 22, was found unconscious in a house in Dublin in the early hours of Saturday morning and died later in hospital amid reports he was drinking spirits at the time of his death.
Hours later, the body of Jonny Byrne, 19, was discovered floating in the river at Milford Bridge in County Carlow after apparently jumping in as part of a nomination.
We pray our young people, if you are in anyway being addicted to alcohol, you want to be free from the power of alcohol, please don't wait for a single sec, contact us at email@example.com. If you are distress, anxious, or in any need. We don't ask questions, we don't ask for money, we listen, we pray and we offer the need of the person collectively to God.
Anyone who contact us with their need, we pray immediately, and pass the request locally to about 89-100 people who will pray immediately for the person's specific need, without mentioning the person's detail, we send the request internationally to others who also will engaged in prayer for the specific need posted on the email, website, or face book.
We remember on one occasion, WPC received a call that a person is going to take his life, his girl friend had gone to his house to talk him out, as soon as we received we prayed and pass the request to the team members, it took 2hours for the person's girl friend to talk him out of taking his life.
During the two hours, prayer was offered for this person. There is power in collective prayer.
Our website is called www.worldprayingcommunity.com, email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
We are not saying we have all the answers, but we can offer our services and be a partner in pain for those who are suffering with mental issues, or with any needs. Our young people are the future for our nations; if we don't give quality time to them and be innovative in bringing in new ideas using the technology soon we will see them destroying their own life.
It has been reported, in every death especially among the young, at least one in three young people die of alcohol related illness.