Item description for From Pain to Promise by John Kuhn & Eileen Kuhn...
This story centers on a couple who will spend Christmas dealing with the loss of their child As they begin the painstaking task of healing a counselor, challenges them to confront the spiritual side of their loss.
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.87 lbs.
Release Date May 24, 2005
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1414103263 ISBN13 9781414103266
Reviews - What do customers think about From Pain to Promise?
The Loss of A Child Nov 6, 2005
When a child has passed, the parents must deal with feelings of guilt and anger as well as the loss and emptiness. John and Eileen share their experiences and feelings after the loss of their beloved daughter Annie. They show us the depths of their despair and help us see that if they could find their way through it (with God's help), then we can also. I recommend this excellent guide to all those who have lost a child or a loved one.
Overcoming Grief Oct 6, 2005
The writer did an exemplary job relating one couples loss of their daughter and the grieving process that followed. I was delighted to read how God drew this couple to Himself by several different means: a dream, christian counselors, a poem and more. This book expresses the living hope that we can encounter and one couples discovery of how God can transform pain to the promise of His peace and love.
From Pain to Promise Oct 4, 2005
From reading this book we gained a new perspective of hope, persistence, love, and courage. While experiencing the grief and anquish of the lost of their child John and Eileen share their strength and hope in such a heartfelt way that other may also be able to recover from the pain of losing a loved one. We were greatly moved from reading this book. Johnny and Ann Cutler Plantation, FL
From Pain to Promise Sep 4, 2005
This book offers insight into the grieving process for so many who have lost children, as well as other loved ones. It is warm, real and honest - and offers inspiration and hope for those who are dealing with the loss of a child, or a loved one. It lets those in the same position as the Kuhns were know that they are not alone - and that, in itself, often is comforting. I recommend it for all who want a better understanding and feeling of the hope that lies beyond the grieving.
Understanding Loss Aug 21, 2005
'Pain to Promise' is a well written narrative of one couple's experiences with the gift and the loss of their youngest child. Although I have not experienced this type of loss, I have neighbors who lost their son. It is often hard to know what to say to someone who is grieving. This book provides clear insight and allows the reader to empathize with those who have had similar losses. `Pain to Promise' allows the reader to journey with the parents as they address their questions regarding God, Christianity, and their bereavement. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for a better understanding of grieving and loss.