• A Grief Observed

    a grief observedBy C. S. Lewis  

    Written after his wife’s tragic death as a way of surviving the “mad midnight moments,” A Grief Observed is C.S. Lewis’s honest reflection on the fundamental issues of life, death, and faith in the midst of loss.  This work contains ...

  • Coping When Your Spouse Dies

    coping when your spouse diesBy Medard Laz  

    Coping When Your Spouse Dies helps readers realize that, while you can’t bring back a spouse who died, you can face your grief in a series of stages which lead toward personal healing. The author advises those trying to cope ...

  • Finding Your Way After Your Parent Dies: Hope for Grieving Adults

    finding your way after your parent diedBy Richard Gilbert

    Reverend Richard Gilbert has created a compassionate guide for those struggling with the loss of a parent. Bringing many years of experience in bereavement counseling, Gilbert sketches out some of the issues that arise in the wake of a ...

  • Gone But Not Lost: Grieving the Death of a Child

    gone but not lostBy David W. Wiersbe

    Hope for the brokenhearted.

    We all expect our parents to precede us in death. No one expects to have to make their child’s funeral arrangements. And the loss of a child brings with it a special and persistent manifestation of ...

  • Grief: Contemporary Theory and the Practice of Ministry

    griefBy Melissa M. Kelley  

    The experience of grief has been a source of intrigue and curiosity throughout history, and it continues to stimulate thought and theory in various fields of study. Unfortunately, these fields tend to function in isolation from each other. The result is a substantial ...

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