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  • ISBN: 9780-7642-20005
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 96
  • Publisher: Bethany House

Grieving: Your Path Back to Peace (James White)

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An excellent summary of the key issues related to grief, and in a brief, readable form that a grieving person will read and not be overly daunted by. Using personal examples and his background as a grief counselor, pastor James White shares words that every pastor, every counselor, every person facing loss, and anyone that wants to help those who are, should read.

People in grief wonder if they will ever feel okay again. Not only do you face overwhelming emotions of loss, you can feel discouraged or even ashamed when your grief doesn’t disappear quickly or happen in neat, orderly stages. For all people who have experienced loss, moments of joy and normalcy mix with moments of sadness and anger. Being moved once again by painful emotions you thought you had tamed isn’t a setback. It’s part of an upward process of healing. And when you allow your grief to be accompanied by hope in God, grieving can be your path back to peace.

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Grieving 

Your Path Back to Peace

An excellent summary of the key issues related to grief, and in a brief, readable form that a grieving person will read and not be overly daunted by. Using personal examples and his background as a grief counselor, pastor James White shares words that every pastor, every counselor, every person facing loss, and anyone that wants to help those who are, should read.

People in grief wonder if they will ever feel okay again. Not only do you face overwhelming emotions of loss, you can feel discouraged or even ashamed when your grief doesn’t disappear quickly or happen in neat, orderly stages. For all people who have experienced loss, moments of joy and normalcy mix with moments of sadness and anger. Being moved once again by painful emotions you thought you had tamed isn’t a setback. It’s part of an upward process of healing. And when you allow your grief to be accompanied by hope in God, grieving can be your path back to peace.

Table of Contents

  1. Autumn’s Grandpa Mike
  2. Am I the Only One Who Feels This Way?
  3. The Patterns of Grief
  4. The Work of Grieving
  5. Avoiding the Pitfalls
  6. The Tough Questions
  7. Getting Through

About the Author

James R. White is the author of several acclaimed books, including The God Who Justifies and The Forgotten Trinity. The director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization, he is an accomplished and respected debater and an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church. James also blogs at the Alpha and Omega Ministries site www.aomin.org. He and his family live in Phoenix, Arizona.

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