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018 Infertility and Grief: Does the Pain Ever Go Away? | Sheridan Voysey
Does the pain and longing of a broken dream ever go away, or just lesson over time? In this podcast (and video) I give a»
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Over time I’ve learned that God Himself comes to us personally when we’re afraid or grieving. Even when we can't pro»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Dear Grief, I shudder to refer to  you as ‘dear.’  Yet, you have been with me for so long, by virtue of the fact that you have become a part of me, I suppose that has entitled you to earn the accolade of affection, though my heart grants it unwillingly. You are an enigmatic and elusive creature, a chameleon, changing color with habitat and season. Some say you pass with time, like grains of sand sifting through my fingers, no longer rest»
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This video was created by GriefShare to allow you to get to know each of their new contributors more personally and gain a better understanding of the resource they provide. I am excited to have contributed to the new GriefShare curriculum and hope this post allows my readers to become familiar with this and other excellent resources from Church Initiative. GriefShare Expert Brad Hambrick from Church Initiative on Vimeo.   © brad for Br»
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The updated edition of GriefShare ships in July. Sam Hodges, executive producer of the new curriculum, explains why you shouldn’t waste any time choosing to upgrade. * This blog was originally posted on the GriefShare blog. I am excited to have contributed to the new GriefShare curriculum and hope this post allows my readers to become familiar with this and other excellent resources from Church Initiative. Q: Tell me some of the things tha»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Where should we put grief? To what category of struggles does it belong? To what emotional or relational struggles is grief most akin? For a long time I put viagra tablets it in the basket of emotional struggles. I grouped it together with things like depression, anxiety, anger, and apathy. Then, as I was reading Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide by Gary Collins, I noticed that he classified grief as an identity struggle. While I disag»
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You’re probably familiar with the five stages of loss and grief. You might be less familiar with the five stages of tasks and grief. Plan the funeral/memorial service Attend/host/participate in said service Write thank you’s Make 57,000 calls and hunt through paperwork related to legal and billing matters Sort, purge, give, save paperwork and material possessions. We have completed tasks one, two and three, made a significant dent in task fou»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
Where should we put grief? To what category of struggles does it belong? To what emotional or relational struggles is grief most akin? For a long time I put it in the basket of emotional struggles. I grouped it together with things like depression, anxiety, anger, and apathy. Then, as I was reading Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide by Gary Collins, I noticed that he classified grief as an identity struggle. While I disagree with Dr. Co»
Blog Entry | Work >
Diane wrote on Monday that grief is something you live with, not something you get through. After suffering through her mother’s murder, this is a truth that Diane’s friend, Melissa Tamplin Harrison, knows well. Today, we’re featuring a beautiful, honest interview with Melissa on the subject of how she learned to live with grief. ——————– 4word: If you had to describe the grieving process in one word, what would it be and why?»
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If this post is not displaying correctly, view the original post here: Steps To Better Pastoral Care During The First Year Of GriefToday would have been their wedding anniversary. Two months ago his birthday passed, and no one from the church remembered as she grieved in silence. Will anyone mention their anniversary today? The first year of grieving the loss of a loved one is filled with firsts: the first birthday without him, the first Christma»