Good Grief: The Guide and Devotional (2 Pack)
This two-book pack, Good Grief: The Guide and Devotional, offers Good Grief, a foundation for understanding the natural process of grieving, along with The Good Grief Devotional, which provides valuable insights and wise companionship for reflecting on the experience.Good Grief...
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This two-book pack, Good Grief: The Guide and Devotional, offers Good Grief, a foundation for understanding the natural process of grieving, along with The Good Grief Devotional, which provides valuable insights and wise companionship for reflecting on the experience.Good Grief has helped millions of readers find comfort and rediscover hope after loss. It identifies ten stages of grief--shock, emotion, depression, physical distress, panic, guilt, anger, resistance, hope, and acceptance--but, recognizing that grief is complex and deeply personal, defines no right way to grieve.In The Good Grief Devotional, pastor Brent D. Christianson's fifty-two reflections build on Good Grief, offering wisdom especially for the difficult first year after a loss. He considers what each stage means for the reader's self-understanding and relationships with other people, creation, and God. Each devotion ends with questions to think about and talk about with another person, healing actions one might take, and a prayer.Whether mourning the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, the loss of a job, or other difficult life changes, readers will want to return to these resources year after year as they are changed by their journey.
- Catalogue Code 531865
- Product Code 9781506456348
- ISBN 1506456340
- EAN 9781506456348
- Pages 224
- Department General Books
- Category Grief, Comfort & Consolation
- Sub-Category Encouragement & Lay Counseling
- Publisher Augsburg/fortress Press
- Publication Date Feb 2019
- Sales Rank 10668
- Dimensions 203 x 137 x 25mm
The late Granger E. Westberg, a pioneer in holistic health care and the interrelationship of religion and medicine, held a joint professorship in medicine and religion at the University of Chicago and a professorship in preventative medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He was also the founder of the parish nurse program, now an international movement.