Grief: Comfort For Those Who Grieve and Those Who Want to Help
"Everyone experiences grief," says author Haddon Robinson. It can be a long, dark night of the soul, and a difficult journey toward healing. ^^This bite-size book helps you cope with loss, and guides you through comforting those who grieve, with...
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"Everyone experiences grief," says author Haddon Robinson. It can be a long, dark night of the soul, and a difficult journey toward healing.
^^This bite-size book helps you cope with loss, and guides you through comforting those who grieve, with biblical insight and wisdom to help cope with sorrow and loss.
^^Grief makes a meaningful gift for someone suffering loss.
This little book of comfort has been a popular seller since it was first published in 1996. Now this new gift edition with full color photographs makes it additionally attractive for giving, with the same convenient size for mailing.
Grief is painful, and no one escapes it. But grief isn't limited to death. Grief is what we experience whenever we lose anyone or anything we care about deeply. How, then, do we cope with our own sorrow? How do we comfort others who mourn? And what is the difference between "good grief" and "bad grief"? Haddon Robinson takes a clear look at this difficult and universal subject and offers the ministry of consolation to lighten the burden of those who grieve.
Haddon W. Robinson (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching and Presdent of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. His book, Biblical Preaching, has sold more than 200,000 copies and has been used extensively in Bible colleges and seminaries since 1980.