A Small Book for the Hurting Heart: Meditations on Loss, Grief, and Healing
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A Small Book for the Hurting Heart: Meditations on Loss, Grief, and Healing  -     By: Paul Tautges

A Small Book for the Hurting Heart: Meditations on Loss, Grief, and Healing

New Growth Press / 2020 / Hardcover

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In this short but powerful devotional book, author and pastor Paul Tautges shares the comfort and peace of Christ in fifty brief readings, helping those who are grieving find encouragement and healing. Get to know the Man of Sorrows, who is well acquainted with grief and sadness, and sit in the healing balm of God's Word.

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Title: A Small Book for the Hurting Heart: Meditations on Loss, Grief, and Healing
By: Paul Tautges
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: New Growth Press
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 6.3 X 4.3 (inches)
Weight: 2 ounces
ISBN: 1645070441
ISBN-13: 9781645070443
Stock No: WW070445

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Grief may threaten to overtake us or destroy our joy. In this powerful devotional book, men and women will see Jesus, the Man of Sorrows, who is well-acquainted with grief and sadness.

Author and pastor Paul Tautges offers our comforting High Priest, sharing how the Holy Spirit ministers to our hurting heart through the healing balm of God’s Word graciously applied to life’s wounds.

By biblically and transparently addressing the heart and faith struggles in the midst of this grief, A Small Book for the Hurting Heart delves deeply, but gently, into the issues of the heart—presenting encouragement and comfort in the character of God revealed in his Word.

This small but transformative devotional cultivates anchors of hope, redirecting men and women to the trustworthiness of God who is always for us in Christ. Because all of God's promises are Yes in Christ, Tautges walks with readers through their grief to see the one who nourishes our faith and heals our soul.

In fifty brief readings, your hurting heart will find spiritual help, encouragement, and healing as you experience the comfort of God.

Author Bio

Paul Tautges, DMin, is pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. He has authored many books on topics related to pastoral ministry, counseling, and parenting, including A Small Book for the Hurting Heart. Paul has been married to Karen for more than thirty years. Together they cherish their ten children and growing tribe of grandchildren.

Endorsements

"Grief is sometimes too burdensome to search for direction and comfort in Scripture. We want the encouragement of Scripture but don't have the energy to find just the right passages. In this little book, Paul has found those right passages and brought us into them so they can be brought into us." -Ed Welch, Author of A Small Book for the Anxious Heart; faculty, Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation

"How often I have wished for this kind of resource to share with a friend in the throes of grief. A wise, seasoned pastor and counselor, Paul Tautges comes alongside the person in pain, with short, encouraging, grace-filled reflections from GodÂ’s Word. These meditations will lift up weary hearts and tear-stained faces and help them find compassion and hope in the face of Christ." -Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Author; founder and host of "Revive Our Hearts"

Author Info

Paul Tautges, DMin, is pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. He is also a recognized leader in biblical counseling and has authored many books on topics related to pastoral ministry, counseling, and parenting.

He is an adjunct college professor and ACBC fellow. In addition to writing regularly on his blog, Counseling One Author, Tautges has written for Crosswalk and Biblical Counseling Coalition.

Tautges has been married to Karen for thirty-two years. Together they cherish their ten children and growing tribe of grandchildren.

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