Grief: A Mama's Unwanted Journey is not for those looking for pat answers, quick fixes, or easy solutions to work through, but for those on the journey through the sting of death. It is also for those who may one day walk arm in arm with another down this horrible road, facing grief's raw and searing pain. qGreat grief is a ferocious fire. It can be a destroying or a refining fire-or both at once. This book combines searing honesty with wisdom and consolation. Most importantly, it offers realistic hope that while grief and suffering are real words-about the lost one and those who have lost-they do not have to be the defining or final words. That final word is love, something that even suffering does not erase.q -Daniel Taylor, author of The Skeptical Believer q'We cannot walk out of the cemetery and into life as we knew it. We must take time to grieve.' So says my friend Shelley, who knows the path to her son's grave well. If you are tired of platitudes, tired of the trite but untrue, this book is for you, as real and raw as it gets. Grieving moms, walk with her, learn from her successes and her mistakes, and hold her hand on the unwanted journey in the storm-tossed life-boat of grief. She will guide you safely back to sanity's shore.q -Dane Skelton, pastor of Faith Community Church and author of Jungle Flight: Spiritual Adventures at the Ends of the EarthThey were headed to an electronics store thirty-five miles away to purchase a CD player for Josepha#39;s car. ... at Burger King, the boys would head back to Aarona#39;s family farm where Aaron, who could fix anything, would install the CD player.
|Title||:||Grief: A Mama?s Unwanted Journey|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2013-09|