Gone but Not Lost, revised and updated: Grieving the Death of a Child
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Gone but Not Lost, revised and updated: Grieving the Death of a Child  -     By: David W. Wiersbe

Gone but Not Lost, revised and updated: Grieving the Death of a Child

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Gone but Not Lost is a thoughtful gift for a family that has experienced the death of a child. Each of its brief chapters covers one element of grieving, bringing readers through sorrow and helping them deal with feelings of anger or guilt, as well as the marital strain that may follow the loss of a beloved child.

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Title: Gone but Not Lost, revised and updated: Grieving the Death of a Child
By: David W. Wiersbe
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 080101381X
ISBN-13: 9780801013812
Stock No: WW013810

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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 that can feel "like a stomachache that never ends."

Gone but Not Lost is a thoughtful gift for a family that has experienced the death of a child. Each of its brief chapters covers one element of grieving, bringing readers through sorrow and helping them deal with feelings of anger or guilt, as well as the marital strain that may follow the loss of a beloved child.

Author Bio

David W. Wiersbe has been a pastor for over thirty years and is currently serving his fourth church. He considers ministry to the grieving to be an important part of his calling and has worked with fire and rescue units, as well as local support groups for the grieving. He is the author of The Dynamics of Pastoral Care, as well as coauthor of four books with his father, and lives in Minnesota.

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