This compassionate book acts as a daily devotional companion to hurting people. Designed for adult listeners of all ages and stages in the grieving process, it is sensitively written by an author who suffered three miscarriages and the death of an infant son. She knows from firsthand experience that there are no easy answers for those who mourn.
Sixty devotions cover the many stages of grieving, including readings for holidays, birthdays, and special occasions, when grief can be particularly painful. Readers will walk away from the short thematic devotions and feel validated, connected to someone who knows how they truly feel, and with renewed hope in God. Friends and family members who sincerely want to help the grieving can give this audiobook as a meaningful, beneficial expression of their love and concern.
Would you try another book from Kathe Wunnenberg and/or Sandy Burr?
Has Grieving the Loss of a Loved One turned you off from other books in this genre?
Did Sandy Burr do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
What character would you cut from Grieving the Loss of a Loved One?
Any additional comments?
I'm not a Christian, though I am spiritual. This was just smarmy. Way too religion down the throat.