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Through a Season of Grief

Bill DunnKathy Leonard

Through a Season of Grief

Bill DunnKathy Leonard

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Finding the right words to communicate sympathy to a friend who is grieving is one of the most difficult tasks we face. What do you give when a card or a casserole isn?t enough? Deep loss?that of a spouse, parent, child, or close friend?is addressed in a number of books. But Through a Season of Grief, a GriefShare devotional, is devoted to those who are mourning a loss. Grieving is a process that is managed over time. As a gift, this 365-day devotional, the first of its kind, ministers beyond the initial loss and into the coming year of bereavement. Full of biblical comfort and psychologically sound advice, the book features insights from well-known and respected Christian leaders such as Kay Arthur, Larry Crabb, and Jack Hayford.

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Finding the right words to communicate sympathy to a friend who is grieving is one of the most difficult tasks we face. What do you give when a card or a casserole isn?t enough? Deep loss?that of a spouse, parent, child, or close friend?is addressed in a number of books. But Through a Season of Grief, a GriefShare devotional, is devoted to those who are mourning a loss. Grieving is a process that is managed over time. As a gift, this 365-day devotional, the first of its kind, ministers beyond the initial loss and into the coming year of bereavement. Full of biblical comfort and psychologically sound advice, the book features insights from well-known and respected Christian leaders such as Kay Arthur, Larry Crabb, and Jack Hayford.
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Meet the Authors

Bill Dunn

Bill Dunn has taught International Political Economy at the University of Bristol and Sociology the University of the West of England. ý

Kathy Leonard

Kathy Leonard has been writing and editing for more than fifteen years. After graduating with a degree in English from the University of Maryland Asian Division in Okinawa, Japan, Kathy moved with her Air Force husband, Tim, to England. Kathy later moved to North Carolina, where she worked as a high school English teacher and was later hired by The Church Initiative and is now its editorial director.

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