“He didn’t make it!” my sister howled between hysterical sobs, groans, and gasps for air. “He didn’t make it. This isn’t happening.
Are you a caregiver or someone seeking hope amidst grief? The following resources can help equip, uplift, and strengthen you for the journey.
“So why should we, who brought sin and suffering into the world, expect to be immune from it?”
By Joe Gibbs, adapted from the book Game Plan for Loss: An Average Joe’s Guide to Dealing with Grief
“There is a pathway through this suffering. It’s not easy, but God will use it to lead you toward healing.
. . . what seeped through my consciousness was the truth that my wife’s cancer was not the greatest power in the universe.
Whether you have a child who is dealing with grief for the first time—or whether you’re like me and are still processing childhood grief—the reality of death never goes away, nor does it become easier to accept.
Resurrection does not have to do exclusively with what happens after we are buried or cremated. It does have to do with that, but first of all it has to do with the way we live right now.
By Eric E.
Jesus came to be God with us—on both the starry night in Bethlehem and in the loneliness of a quarantined home. On a sunny Galilean hillside and in crowded grocery store lines.
We often don’t know what to say or do, because no words or deeds will erase the pain or undo the loss.