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  • God Is Always With You

    $15.99

    Watch God transform sorrow into hope.

    When grief hits and those around you don’t know what to say, it’s easy to feel alone, to think no one understands, and to even question where God is.

    Others have walked the journey of grief before. In God Is Always with You, you will read thirty-one real stories of people who have endured loss and trauma. Through the shared wisdom of survivors, Christian therapists, and pastors, you will:

    *encounter hope, healing, and comfort in loss,
    *discover new ways to walk through pain, and
    *learn how God is present even in grief.

    Let these stories remind you that, whatever loss you’ve experienced, you can find renewed life in God’s enduring peace. You are never alone.

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  • Ours : Biblical Comfort For Men Grieving Miscarriage

    $17.99

    This 31-day devotional gives biblical comfort and practical support to men processing miscarriage. The loss of a baby in the womb can leave the father reeling, as well as the mother. He may feel confused, helpless, lonely, deeply sad, or just numb.

    As readers draw alongside Jesus in the pages of Luke’s Gospel, they’ll find help to process their grief and to address questions they may be too afraid to ask. There’s also lots of practical help on how to care both for themselves and for their family in the aftermath of miscarriage.

    Eric Schumacher writes with sympathy and compassion as someone who has experienced the grief of multiple pregnancy losses making this book a great way to reach out to men who are suffering in this way. Includes foreword by Paul David Tripp and contributions from Nate and Lore Wilbert, Jenn Hesse, and Brian Croft. There is also space for journaling.

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  • Game Plan For Loss

    $17.99

    There is always a plan.

    Joe Gibbs has dedicated his life to helping the “average Joe” apply Biblical principles to everyday situations, using the Bible as a game plan. But in 2019, when his son, J.D., lost his battle with a degenerative brain disease at the age of 49, Joe realized that while he did have a game plan for life, he did not have a game plan for dealing with loss.

    Reeling, he set out to find answers to the 5 questions that plagued him throughout J.D.’s illness:

    1. Why didn’t God show up?
    2. Why does God allow suffering?
    3. Why do some people suffer more than others?
    4. Are we living a life of chance?
    5. Do we really reap what we sow?

    Written with the non-Christian in mind, Game Plan for Loss presents Coach Gibbs’ answers to these questions in plain, everyday language, proving once again that the Bible is in fact the ultimate game plan, and even though it may not always feel like it, God is there, He is listening, He does have a plan, and everything does work together for good for those who love and serve Him.

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  • Sweet Tea For The Soul Comforting Real Life Stories For Grieving Hearts

    $12.99

    This treasury of 50 true, heartwarming stories offers hope, love, and light beyond grief for those who are mourning. Sweet Tea for the Soul: Comforting, Real-Life Stories for Grieving Hearts, lets sufferers of tragedy or loss stay in their emotional comfort zone while encouraging them with accounts of real people who have been there-who have felt the pains of true heartbreak and witnessed the transformational power of a God who promises to stay close. For anyone who is crushed in spirit, God offers sweet comfort for the soul.

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  • Unexpecting : Real Talk On Pregnancy Loss

    $16.99

    When your baby dies, you find yourself in a life you never expected. And even though pregnancy and infant loss is common, it’s not common to you. Instead, you feel like a stranger in your own body, surrounded by well-meaning people who often don’t know how to support you.

    What you need during this time is not a book offering easy answers. You need a safe place to help you navigate tough issues, such as:
    – coping with a postpartum body without a baby in your arms
    – facing social isolation and grief invalidation
    – having faith when you feel let down by God
    – dealing with the overwhelming process of making everyday decisions
    – learning to move forward after loss, and
    – creating a legacy for your childIn

    Unexpecting, bereaved mom Rachel Lewis is the friend you never hoped to need, walking you through the unique grief of baby loss. When nothing about life after loss makes sense . . . this book will.

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  • Joy And Strength

    $16.99

    God is the best source of comfort you will find. He knows you better than anyone else does, and he is full of understanding for every situation. Some days your heart may be filled with grief, some may hold a flicker of hope, and on others you might ache with desperate need. Lay your heart at the Father’s feet and wait for his compassionate response. You can trust him completely.

    It is important in your process of grief to recognize your depth of loss and express it in whatever way you can in the moment. Let God be your strength as you cry out to him. He is listening to every word you say, and he longs to reach out and draw you in close.

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  • Prayers And Promises For Grief And Loss

    $14.99

    Many people experience levels of grief and loss at different times in life. For some, the depth of loss causes difficulty in carrying out what we may consider to be normal activities.
    You are not alone. When grief and loss threaten to overwhelm you, pick up this book. Prayers & Promises for Grief and Loss incorporates more than 70 themes to help you receive the assurance, peace, strength, and comfort found in the promises of God’s Word. Uplifting prayers and journaling space offer an opportunity for deeper reflection.

    God is the best source of comfort you will find. He knows your heart and he is full of compassion for you. By staying connected to him, and believing the promises of his Word, you can experience hope and peace in difficult times.

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  • 365 Days Of Prayer For Grief And Loss

    $16.99

    Whether you have made prayer a habit for many years or this is your first prayer devotional, inspiration and comfort is waiting for you in the daily prayers written here.

    Prayer is a conversation with God. You don’t need to use fancy words or recite long passages of Scripture. Just talk to God. Open your heart. Tell him about your depth of loss and express your grief in whatever way you need to in this moment.

    God is the best source of comfort you will find. He knows your heart and he is full of compassion for you. Let his strength be yours as you cry out to him. He is listening to every word you say.

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  • Lights For The Path

    $15.00

    Bringing together stories of loss, advice from doctors, counsellors, authors and others as well as Madeleine’s own experience, this book offers practical tips and incredible comfort, telling readers everywhere: you are not alone, and you will find your way.

    Madeleine was nine when she first realised that people could die; she was reading a book where the character lost a parent. Little did she know then that her own mother would die just three years later, changing her world forever. Over 20 years later, she can still remember the loneliness that surrounded her. It’s what prompted her to write this book: a guide for coping with the loss of a loved one. Bringing together stories of loss, advice from doctors, counsellors, authors and others as well as Madeleine’s own experience, this book offers practical tips and incredible comfort, telling readers everywhere: you are not alone, and you will find your way.

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  • Chronicle Of Grief

    $15.00

    “Eva not breathing. Pray.” That text message was Mel Lawrenz’s entry into the harsh reality of losing his thirty-year-old daughter. Things would never be the same. How could he and his family cope with this devastating loss? You or someone you care about may have experienced a terrible, unexpected loss. You are stunned, shocked, leveled. You feel surges of sadness and fear. You have questions and regrets. You keep wondering “what if . . . ?” These are common experiences of anyone whose life has been turned upside down by a traumatic loss. In this narrative of grief, Pastor Mel Lawrenz chronicles how his family struggled to survive the sudden death of their beloved daughter. In raw, vivid episodes, he describes the immediacy of the pain and the uncertainty of what comes next. In the agony of loss, Lawrenz apprehends the realities of love and life and offers insights on how any of us can arrange our life priorities before tragedy hits. You are not alone. You too can find a way forward.

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  • Companions In Suffering

    $16.00

    Have you experienced an ongoing trial that left you wrung out emotionally? Do you feel alone in your pain? Though suffering often leaves us feeling isolated, God invites us into the community of the Trinity and offers us many companions in Scripture. We experience loneliness alongside the exiled Israelites. We journey with David as he pleads to God for rescue. With Asaph we confess our unbelief. With Job we learn to lament. With Mary and Martha we learn to wait. In God’s community, there is sweet fellowship, even in the hardest of circumstances. Journey in these pages with Wendy Alsup through her story of suffering, and more importantly, with the God who walks with us in the wilderness. This warm and contemplative book also includes a helpful appendix for those who companion a suffering loved one.

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  • Holding On To Love After Youve Lost A Baby

    $15.99

    A Powerful Resource for Grieving Couples

    Almost everyone will agree, the loss of a child is the worst grief that humans can experience. And that crushing grief puts immense strain on the marriage, family relationships, and friendships that few can understand. That’s why this book was written. In it Candy McVicar, a grieving mom who leads a ministry for grieving parents, and Dr. Gary Chapman, relationship expert and author of The 5 Love Languages(R), team up to help couples who are facing the unimaginable.

    They’ll teach you how to:
    *cope with the complex feelings that come with the grief process
    *understand your spouse’s unique grieving needs and support him/her
    *use the five love languages in grief-appropriate ways

    There is nothing that can make the pain of losing a child go away, but you can get help coping with it. This is a perfect resource for grieving parents or friends who’d like to help.

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  • Small Book For The Hurting Heart

    $17.99

    Grief may threaten to overtake us or destroy our joy. In this powerful devotional book, men and women will see Jesus Christ, the Man of Sorrows, who is well-acquainted with grief and sadness.

    Author and pastor Paul Tautges offers our comforting High Priest, sharing how the Holy Spirit ministers to our hurting heart through the healing balm of God’s Word graciously applied to life’s wounds.

    By biblically and transparently addressing the heart and faith struggles in the midst of this grief, A Small Book for the Hurting Heart delves deeply, but gently, into the issues of the heart presenting encouragement and comfort in the character of God revealed in his Word.

    This small but transformative Christian book cultivates anchors of hope, redirecting men and women to the trustworthiness of God who is always for us in Christ. Because all of God’s promises are Yes in Christ, Tautges walks with readers through their grief to see the one who nourishes our faith and heals our soul.

    In fifty brief readings, your hurting heart will find spiritual help, encouragement, and healing as you experience the comfort of God.

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  • Surviving Sorrow : A Mother’s Guide To Living With Loss

    $13.99

    Practical advice from one grieving mom to other grieving moms

    When Kim’s three-year-old son died, she found plenty of resources on grieving. She says what she really needed, though, “was someone who would give me advice for living, not just grieving . . . How do I get through the grocery store without crying? What do I do with my son’s things? When will my mind stop replaying the emergency room scene?”

    Now, ten years later, she’s written that book. With raw vulnerability, a deep well of wisdom, and the practical knowledge of someone who’s been there, she walks grieving moms through the life-after-death process from how to plan the funeral to how to deal with friends, family, holidays, and birthdays.

    This is a profound and powerful resource that’s invaluable for the mom who has lost a child–and her friends and family who want to love her well.

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  • Shaped By Suffering

    $18.00

    Suffering comes to us all. But Christians today are often not prepared to suffer well and have a short-sighted view of pain and trials. In this book Ken Boa shows how God uses suffering to shape his children for eternity and to grow them in Christlike character. The nature of our affliction is not as important as our response to it, and God is at work through our hardships and wants to use them to prepare us for eternal life.

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  • How Can I Grieve To Gods Glory

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    Some believers feel guilty when they grieve because they know that they should rejoice in the Lord always (Phil. 4:4). Others use grief as an occasion to say, like Job, “God hath overthrown me” (Job 19:6). Yet there is a better and more biblical path to follow. Using Lamentations 3:1-39 as a guide, Ryan M. McGraw furnishes readers with the necessary tools to grieve in a sanctified way and exercise faith under hardship. Come and learn to express rather than repress your grief as you walk through sorrows with Christ by faith.

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  • Never Forsaken : Gods Mercy In The Midst Of Miscarriage

    $14.99

    “Many women don’t talk about miscarriages. They feel a heavy weight of sadness, shame, and fear. And yet, many women close to them – sisters, mothers, friends, coworkers, neighbors – experience the same silent grief.Author Kathryn Ziegler Weber wants to break the silence about miscarriage. Through vignettes from real women, she and the brave women who shared their stories bring God’s Word into reader’s unspoken story of grief, providing comfort and reassurance.

    Answering questions like “”What if my baby wasn’t baptized?”” and “”Why doesn’t my husband understand?””, Never Forsaken wiill give comfort to grieving mothers and understanding to those who haven’t experienced miscarriage themselves.”

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  • Tender Scar : Life After The Death Of A Spouse

    $12.99

    Written by a former physician and recent widower, this warmly practical book guides the bereaved through the grief process and explains how to live after the death of a spouse.

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  • Unwanted Gift : Hearing God In The Midst Of Your Struggles

    $14.99

    Publisher Marketing: In this book, Tom Elliff shares how he and his wife Jeannie came to view their toughest challenge as a gift. Through biblical study and reflection on a personal trial, he demonstrates how to accept that hardships bring life’s greatest measure of God’s grace and power. Our most painful problems, though unwanted, can truly be gifts.

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  • Still A Mother

    $15.99

    More than 1 million women suffer fetal loss each year, yet most mothers will struggle to find words to share their grief or describe their experience. Miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant death can be incredibly isolating, with women feeling silenced by shame or guilt, by confusion and loss of control. In Still a Mother, chaplains Joy Freeman and Tabatha Johnson share their own experiences and collect the stories of others who have sustained such loss, ending the silence and helping to equip pastors, congregations, family, and friends in ministering more compassionately to mothers who grieve.

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  • Grief : Gods Help In Times Of Sorrow

    $9.00

    A friend moves away. You get laid off. Cancer takes the life of a family member. We all experience grief and loss in some form. Whether you’re supporting a grieving friend or mourning a loss of your own, these nine studies from Psalms will help you express what you’re feeling and lead you to the arms of our compassionate God, who weeps with us, listens to our cries and understands our pain.

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  • Grieving With Hope

    $12.99

    Practical and straightforward, yet warm and compassionate, Grieving with Hope clarifies the popular misconception that people move through stages of grief. This will be an encouragement to many, as grieving people often think something is wrong with them when their grief doesn’t proceed neatly through stages. The reality is that grieving people jump back and forth between different emotions, sometimes wrestling with multiple emotions at once.

    This book is packed with short, biblically based, gospel-centered, topical chapters addressing the issues grieving people face but are often hesitant to mention to others. It helps readers accurately interpret the message their emotions are sending them and gently guides them to determine whether they’re grieving in a way that leads to hope and ultimate healing. Developed from interviews with over 30 well-respected Christian counselors, teachers, and authors, as well as numerous personal testimonies, Grieving with Hope helps the bereaved discover how hope and peace are available amidst their heartache and pain.

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  • Conduct Gospel Centered Funerals

    $10.00

    Our calling as ministers of the gospel of Jesus Christ is to make Christ central in all we do. Yet, in many funeral occasions, the gospel of Jesus Christ is lamentably overlooked as the primary purpose of the funeral service and that upon which all true hope depends. The aim of this book is not just to inform you of all the different kinds of important logistics, challenges, and practicalities that often accompany any funeral, but so that you will know how to apply the power of the gospel in the midst of those unique challenges.

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  • Recovering From The Loss Of A Love

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    How do you get over a break up? How do you move on when someone you love walks away? Whether it’s the loss of love through a breakup or the agony of having someone not love you back, this encouraging book by Dr. Norm Wright helps you move through the stages of grief and loss, and guides you toward wholeness and hope.

    It feels like the deepest hurt in the world…and you don’t know how you can ever move on. People tell you that “time heals all wounds,” but that doesn’t help with the pain you feel right now. Expert Dr. Norm Wright understands. He has worked with those devastated by heartache for over 4 decades. He knows how to compassionately and practically help you work through the feeling of loss, grief, and rejection-showing you how to resist blaming God, how to make sense of it all, and how to finally move forward.

    *Find out the factors that make certain losses more difficult than others.
    *Discover how to work through the emotions caused by grief and loss.
    *Learn the 5 steps to letting go and the 10 tips on how to move on.
    *Recognize whether you are afraid of loving again (and find out how to overcome that fear)

    Heartbreak, despair, loneliness, numbness-these are our feelings when we experience a broken relationship. But, these are not feelings we need to carry with us forever. Experience the peace that comes from letting God be the healing balm for your wounded heart.

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  • What The Bible Says About Suffering

    $29.99

    21 Chapters

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    Have you ever asked yourself that question?

    Where is God When We Suffer? addresses the topic from up close and personal as well as from the objective view of Scripture. It begins with Lynn’s own story of loss and suffering. Dr. Gardner then guides us through a study of both Old and New Testament examples of people who suffer.

    Why did they suffer? How did they deal with it? What can we learn from their experiences? This book also includes a philosophical discussion of evil and suffering for those who want an analysis of this difficult topic from a biblical perspective. How can an all-powerful, all-loving God permit such pain and tragedy in the world He created? In the final fourth of the book, Dr. Gardner gives very practical advice on what helps people who are suffering and what does not. He also lists scriptural principles that offer help and hope for those going through hard times and for the family and friends trying to help them.

    Obviously, there are situations that are not directly addressed in the Bible because of societal, changes, culture, and technology. Yet, if the Bible is the ultimate authority on life and relationships, it is the essential source of information that will impact everyday decisions.

    This book provides a valuable overview of the biblical teaching on suffering, but it does much more. It is filled with practical counsel, drawn both from the teaching of Scripture and a lifetime of ministry.

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  • What Is Heaven Like

    $15.99

    What Is Heaven Like? develops the answer to this universal question asked by children when they first hear about the place where God lives and where beloved grandparents have gone. With careful attention to Scripture, Bevery Lewis tells the story of a young boy longing to understand heaven. Children will smile as he sets out to quesiton the people he knows, and parents and Sunday school teachers will appreciate the solid instruction from the Bible included on every page.

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  • Grief And Pain In The Plan Of God

    $11.99

    Most of us will have faced that most delicate situation of meeting a person who is suffering. We tend to go down one of two different avenues. One is to offer well-intentioned advice – often in the form of well-worn cliches that the person will have heard several times before. The other is not to say anything at all – risking the danger of leaving the person under the impression that God has no idea what is going on and is unable to help.

    How are we to understand suffering and its place in our lives? Should we try and rationalize it away, trying to come up with a solution that sits as comfortably as possible? Surely we should look to Scripture first? This is what Walter Kaiser does here. Looking at the Old Testament book of Lamentations Kaiser does not offer any easy solutions – but rather shows us how a Sovereign and Loving God can work through even the most painful moments.

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  • Gods Comfort : 9 Studies For Individuals Of Groups

    $9.00

    Suffering has power. It can tear our hearts apart. At the same time it has the positive power to transform us–if we allow ourselves to experience God’s comfort. In these studies you will discover how to meet God in the midst of struggles and receive his strength and grace.

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  • When Your Parent Dies

    $1.00

    Anticipated or sudden, the death of a parent is a life-changing loss for surviving children and family members. When Your Parent Dies is a brief, focused, and compassionate book that guides adults through the first days and weeks of bereavement. Drawing on his own grief experience, author Ron Klug shows how the resources of faith, family, and community can help a grieving person move forward in life to find hope and healing.

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