Learning to Live With Loss
Many of the thoughts and beliefs Christians hold about grief have been greatly shaped by the world. Too often we are too attached to our comforts of this life and do not handle our grieving well. Here, Howard Eyrich helps us not to grieve as those who have no hope, but as children of a loving and providing Father.
He shows us that grief is no mystery to fear, nor is it a series of predictable stages to work through. Rather, we find meaning for our loss and a place for our grief in the one place we can always hold fast to—the pages of God’s Word. So come and receive true biblical comfort, as Eyrich addresses not only the reality of losing loved ones in death, but also the many other experiences of suffering in our lives. This fresh approach will tell you, in a personally applicable way, how to work through your grief and emerge on the other side grown and matured.
“A refreshing approach to the all too common experience of grief. This booklet achieves the goal of providing help and hope for those who grieve.”
—Frank M. Barker, elder, Trinity Baptist Church, Montville, New Jersey
“The most practical booklet for helping people deal with issues of grief that I have ever read. It will be a blessing to many.”
—Lou Priolo, author of The Heart of Anger and Resolving Conflict