Surviving the Death of a Child

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1 de jan. de 1995 - 93 páginas

This book is about enduring and surviving the most painful of all losses: the death of one's child. This is the story of a journey from grief to healing. But more, it is a story of faith and love told so that others may find comfort and understanding when faced with this most devastating loss.

 

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Rescue from Unbearable Pain
9
Help These Suffering People
27
Being There Is the Only Help
47
Where Do We Go for Healing?
63
Reach Out in Love
79
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John Mundayis a practicing attorney. He attended Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Princeton Theological Seminary. He is an activist, author, and speaker on issues dealing with Central America.

Frances Wohlenhaus-Mundayis a graduate of the Eastern School of Christian Ministry and is an ordained elder and deacon for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She has held several offices in various chapters of The Compassionate Friends, Inc., a bereavement self-help organization, and has spoken at regional and national conferences on bereavement.

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