Whether one faces loss through personal, family or community disaster, there is potential for change and growth through the loss. Writing from his own experiences, Wright covers such issues as the meaning of grief, why so many blame God during troubles, and strategies for expressing emotions during times of loss.
In When You Lose Someone You Love, a pastor provides tender and compassionate advice to a man suffering a profound grief. This book is meant to show the mourning that grief is a natural and healthy process that God can use to mend broken hearts. The author tenderly walks the reader along the path from sorrow to peace.
A Journey Through Grief: Gentle, Specific Help to Get You Through the Most Difficult Stages of Grieving
In Surviving the Holidays Without You, Gary Roe gives professional and personal counsel to empower people to journey through the difficult steps of processing grief through the holiday seasons. He deals in a sensitive and practical way with unspoken expectations, continual memories and reminders, and the unpredictable emotions and loneliness that accompanies the holidays.
Although suffering and loss is a deeply personal issue, responding to it is often reflective of a blend of our philosophy, theology, ethics and life-experiences. In Suffering and the Search for Meaning, a book that leans toward the academic, Rice provides a blend of intellectual challenge and personal authenticity to dealing with the problems of pain and death.
An elementary school teacher shares the heartbreaking story of the death of her husband and the tender journey back to purpose and peace. In And Life Comes Back, Williford writes with soaring prose about her tender, brave journey as a widow with two young boys in the agonizing days and months that followed his death.