This classic on grieving offers the sure and steadfast hope that separation from a loved one is not the end. It helps readers make the physical, emotional, and relational adjustments needed when a loved one departs this life, and it gives honest answers to the most difficult questions and doubts we have. With comforting Scriptures about death, life, and resurrection, as well as beautiful poetry that expresses our deepest emotions, When Loved Ones Are Called Home walks with readers as a friend through their pain and grief. Now with a beautiful, contemporary cover.
Herbert H. Wernecke (1896-1975) attended Southern Baptist Seminary, Hope Seminary, and Princeton Seminary. The author of several books, he also taught religious education at Central Theological Seminary and at Eden Theological Seminary in Missouri.