Beyond the darkness : a gentle guide for living with grief & thriving after loss / Clarissa Moll.
The Bible says that "God is near to the brokenhearted," but what does that look like when you're lost in the darkness of agonizing grief? How do you engage with your sorrow when the world tells you to shoulder through or move on?Award-winning writer and podcaster Clarissa Moll knows this landscape of loss all too well. Her life changed forever in 2019 when her husband, Rob, died unexpectedly while hiking--leaving her with four children to raise alone. In her debut book, Beyond the Darkness, Clarissa offers her powerful personal narrative as well as honest, practical wisdom that will gently guide you toward flourishing amidst your own loss. --amazon.com.
- ISBN: 1496458931
- ISBN: 9781496458933
- Physical Description: xv, 224 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale Momentum, 
- Copyright: 2022
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 216-222).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
On the path with sorrow and suffering : the journey nobody wants to take -- part 1. Preparation for the journey. Obstacles on the path : four myths we believe about grief and loss ; Meeting grief : getting to know your new companion -- part 2. Tools for survival. Aching bones and sleepless nights : physical dimensions of loss ; Bushwhacking through the forest : navigating the practical dimensions of loss ; On the shores of loneliness : wading through the emotions of loss -- Dark nights beneath the stars : searching for spiritual answers to loss ; And a little child shall lead them : parenting through loss -- part 3. The path leads on. The trail ahead : when grief is no longer new ; Letting grief come to church : developing a culture of death and resurrection ; Journey's end : lifting our eyes, longing for home.
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