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Grief is something that easily sneaks up on us at times. We may have some indication that it's almost upon us, but many times we know don't until we are deep within it.

 

Grief isn't something to fear nor is it something to run from. It is something to embrace and accept the gifts it may have hiding within it.

 

Mom passed when I was 13 years old. I remember...

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God's faithfulness stands the test of time. Reflecting on the LORD'S deeds of loyalty we find much that is praiseworthy and thankfulness fills our hearts. This is evidence of our salvation.

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“Home Sick” All of us that have lost a child can agree that when you lose a child, everything in your life becomes impacted in some way.  After the death of my son Noah, and once I surrendered to the fight of emotional avoidance, I became someone who didn’t like to leave the house and [...]

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Suicide is a modern public health crisis that claims lives all over the world every year. People who have lost a loved one to suicide often face tremendous trauma and shock with many confusing emotions like grief, despair and even anger with many questions like why did their loved one choose to take their lives, why they were unable to see that their love one needed help they also raise...

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The pain of our grief is so massive, so huge and so crippling we are struggling to help ourselves in early grief, let alone be able to help anyone else or cope with the demands of looking after our family. It's as if we've been put in a high speed spinner, churned about and then spat out in tatters and tears. Our heart is fractured and we are broken, no longer whole.

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