Item description for Moving Beyond Grief: Lessons from Those Who Have Lived Through Sorrow by Ruth Sissom & Ruth (Sissom) Green...
Overview The death of a loved one can unravel even the strongest Christian's faith. Perhaps a loved one's death has already touched your life or the life of someone you know. In Moving Beyond Grief, Ruth Sissom's accounts of numerous survivors who have ultimately triumphed, offer hope and assurance of God's sufficiency in even this most wrenching loss. *Learn from the lessons others have learned *Relates experiences of those who have grieved *Covers deaths related to AIDS, murder, Alzheimer's, cancer, and suicide *Includes comforting Scriptures and poetry *Share this book with a grieving friend or relative
Relates experiences of those who grieve deaths due to AIDS, murder, Alzheimer's, cancer, suicide. These survivors' ultimate triumph offers hope and assurance of God's sufficiency in the face of wrenching loss.
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Studio: Discovery House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1994
Publisher Discovery House Publishers
ISBN 0929239091 ISBN13 9780929239095
Availability 0 units.
More About Ruth Sissom & Ruth (Sissom) Green
Ruth Sissom is a registered nurse and former nursing instructor. She is also the author of Instantly a Widow.
Reviews - What do customers think about Moving Beyond Grief: Lessons from Those Who Have Lived Through Sorrow?
Helpful for learning how to console others in grief Oct 12, 1999
I enjoyed "Moving Beyond Grief" immensely. It helped me realize how to better help others in grief. Then, too, it made me realize that families going through divorce encounter the same sense of loss and frustration. A great book!
A wonderful book of comfort for those in sorrow. Oct 12, 1999
I am author of "Moving Beyond Grief" Following is a comment I received from a reader in New York.
My sister died of bone cancer at 45 years of age. I found "Moving Beyond Grief" to be a great comfort as well as a great book. The book was so wonderful. I cried, but was happy and relieved at the same time as I read it.
A great help in one's healing from grief Jun 17, 1998
To say this book is a great help in one's healing is a great understatement. I has helped me through every page, through every tear, through every situation recorded. The humanness of my grieving is depicted in the pages of this book. It helps to see I am not crazy or "losing it" but just normal death of a loved one is most likely the most traumatic and soul searching thing you will ever go through. Words cannot express my appreciation for God having given Ruth the insight to compile this book.
Every page of this book helped heal my grief Apr 8, 1998
I am a 48 year old widow. To say this book is a great help in one's healing is a great understatement. It has helped me through every page, every tear, through every situation recorded. Words cannot express my appreciation to Ruth for having compiled it.