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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
Everybody is destined to take this journey. Brothers, mothers, lawyers, teachers, spouses, pastors, childreneach will come to a day when suddenly a loved one dies and the grief journey begins.
This is a trip nobody looks forward to taking. It is a lonely, one-way road that must be traveled by placing one foot in front of the other. There are no shortcuts, U-turns, or express lanes. In the beginning, the road is so clouded over with emotions, we cannot see the end or how anything good can ever come from our loss.
Fortunately, God can.
Mourning Break offers hope through personal stories and scriptural guidance for how to move forward with life. You will be able to reflect on Gods Word as it applies just to you. Take a break from your grief, and be reminded that joy, indeed, comes in the mourning.
Rev. Betsy Haas is an ordained United Methodist minister who holds an undergraduate degree in journalism from Penn State University. She attended seminary at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She has over twenty years of combined ministry and professional writing experience. She has served the Peachtree City United Methodist Church in Peachtree City, Georgia, and is currently appointed to the Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. During the writing of this book, Rev. Haas lost her father very suddenly to a brain aneurysm and her beloved mother-in-law to colon cancer.
Lisa Mahaffey is a trained facilitator of a nationally renowned grief-support program, where she has helped hundreds of grievers through their journey. She has also worked with children in grief through her local public school system. Her passion for helping those in grief comes from her own personal struggle after the loss of her husband at the age of twenty-six, and as caregiver for her father who died of cancer. Lisa is remarried, living in Atlanta, Georgia, and has three sons.
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