Discover your own wisdom about your grief
Each of the ten meditations in this journal corresponds to a stage of grief as outlined in Granger E. Westberg's classic book Good Grief.
The meditations are followed by prompts and questions to help readers reflect on both the nature and effects of their loss. Scripture passages, poems, and quotes from a variety of sages and artists offer further inspiration for this journey of discovery.
In A Grief Received, JL Gerhardt offers a personal, authentic, and practical approach to weathering grief with hope. She draws on the loss of her younger brother when she was twenty-one and other experiences of grief. Through nine practices grieving people can adopt to position themselves to receive the gifts of grief, Gerhardt sheds light on a path to transformation. Readers will feel comforted, directed, and inspired to seek God's shaping in their grief.
In Addiction and Recovery, Martha Postlethwaite--pastor and a person in recovery--reflects on her pilgrimage of healing through valleys of despair and vistas of resurrection.
Carrying Them with Us: Living through Pregnancy and Infant Loss is a reflection on what pastors David Engelstad and Catherine Malotky have learned since the day their eight-week-old daughter died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
They offer comfort and wisdom, a spiritual perspective, and practical guidance to parents who struggle to deal with the end of an eagerly anticipated pregnancy or the death of a joyfully welcomed baby.
For more than fifty years Good Grief has helped millions of readers find comfort and rediscover hope after loss.
Good Grief identifies ten stages of grief but, recognizing that grief is complex and deeply personal, defines no "right" way to grieve.
Whether mourning the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, the loss of a job, or other difficult life changes, Good Grief is a proven steady companion in times of loss.
This three-book collection, Good Grief: The Complete Set, offers Good Grief, a foundation for understanding grief; The Good Grief Devotional, a collection of valuable insights for those who grieve; and The Good Grief Journal, a pathway for expressing, exploring, and growing from a significant loss.
Good Grief: The Guide and Journal, a two-book pack, offers Good Grief, a foundation for understanding the natural process of grieving, along with The Good Grief Journal, a pathway for expressing, exploring, and growing from a significant loss.
This rich sourcebook and curriculum guide equips you to lead your whole congregation into a deeper understanding of Holy Communion based on Daniel Erlander's classic book, A Place for You.
Featuring a hand-drawn animation style that perfectly complements the illustrations of Daniel Erlander, these three videos tell the story of A Place for You in a fresh way.
Roland D. Martinson draws on the folk wisdom and experience of over fifty persons between the ages of sixty-two and ninety-seven to paint a vivid picture of elders in the last third of life and to set forth perspectives on aging for individuals, groups, civic organizations, and congregations to utilize in developing a vital, resilient, and productive quality of life for elders.
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