Finding the Good in Grief
: When his son was diagnosed with a disabling mental illness, John F. Baggett experienced a journey of grief unlike any other-a grief for the loss of all his son would never be and that he, as a father, would...
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When his son was diagnosed with a disabling mental illness, John F. Baggett experienced a journey of grief unlike any other-a grief for the loss of all his son would never be and that he, as a father, would never experience. Through that difficult period he learned that grief-by whatever definition and for whatever reason-can be a time of momentous spiritual struggle: it is no smooth sailing even for faithful Christians. How then can believers navigate the struggles of faith that so often accompany personal tragedy?
Finding the Good in Grief is both a practical and inspirational guide that teaches readers to learn, change, and grow through their grief. In five stages, Baggett demonstrates how to:
Trust God and rely on others Choose reality instead of illusion Resist the temptation to get stuck Recognize moments of grace Discover new meaning and purpose
Finding the Good in Grief will help CHristians successfully negotiate faith struggles that often accompany the different stages of grief and will encourage them to find and develop spiritual resources to survive their darkest days of emotional turmoil. Most of all, it will guide them to understand that God does have the power to transform events of radical suffering and to use them for good in our lives.
- Catalogue Code 409510
- Product Code 9780825443190
- ISBN 0825443199
- EAN 9780825443190
- Pages 160
- Department General Books
- Category Grief, Comfort & Consolation
- Sub-Category Encouragement & Lay Counseling
- Publisher Kregel Publications
- Publication Date Apr 2013
- Sales Rank 63166
- Dimensions 214 x 142 x 9mm
- Weight 0.195kg
John F. Baggett is a prolific author of works in anthropology, religion, and psychology. He has been a contributor to many religious and mental health journals, including Image, and is the author of Seeing through the Eyes of Jesus: His Revolutionary View of Reality and His Transcendent Significance for Faith.