Sorrow and Grief
Landscapes of Grief: A Pligrim's Journey
Twenty-eight daily reflections on grief, intended, not to make the pain go away (nothing can do that), but to provide you with tools and markers along the way.
Tracks of a Fellow Struggler
John Claypool had been serving as a pastor for nearly two decades, counseling and accompanying those whose life had been touched by grief, when he abruptly had to face crisis and then tragedy in the life of his own child. Life Is Gift is the sermon Claypool preached as he confronted the darkness of grief only four weeks after his daughter died.
Grief During the Holidays
During the holidays, those of us with hurting lives need to find a way through.
The line between virtual reality and real-world experience becomes even hazier in the case of digital grieving, as social media creates new opportunities for memorializing our loved ones and offering comfort to those who grieve. By Torey Lightcap
DEATH AND SORROW
There is no life without death, and the accompanying grief that is natural to the experience of death in all its forms. But there is no death apart from the possibility of new life and transformation.
THE HARSH WINTERS OF LIFE
Albert Camus wrote, "The harshest winter finds in us an invincible spring." I kept that sentence very close to me when I was in a 'night of weeping' some years ago.
THE PAIN OF LOSING A BELOVED PET
The grief we feel when a pet dies is real and intense. As with any loss, the life and death of the one you love becomes part of your life story—part of what makes you uniquely you.