Grandparents Grow Us With Love

Grandparents Grow Us With Love, That’s Why We Walk With Love We have this attitude of not wanting to get old. Afraid of losing youthfulness; physical appearance change, energy, as aged people slowly loses those abilities that requires physical strength. … Read More

The Mourner’s Bill of Rights

Though you should reach out to others as you do the work of mourning, you should not feel obligated to accept the unhelpful responses you may receive from some people. You are the one who is grieving, and as such, … Read More

Grieving the Death of a Child

The death and loss of a child is frequently called the ultimate tragedy. Nothing can be more devastating. Along with the usual symptoms and stages of grief, there are many issues that make parental bereavement particularly difficult to resolve. And … Read More

When a Loved One Goes Home to Jesus

Sooner or later we will all have to face the death of a loved one. Christians meet this reality more than most because we belong to a bigger family: the church. In the body of Christ, God blesses us with … Read More

A Parent’s Sacrifice

Elend Venture had never been the most appreciative of children. His father, Peter Venture, was my father’s next door neighbor, and his childhood friend. I had never met Elend when he was a child, but apparently he was a spoiled … Read More

Plan for a Good Death

It’s a fact of life that we’re all going to die at some point. While it’s not something you probably want to think about, you can make things a lot easier on yourself (and your family) if you get everything … Read More

Coping with Loss

Death is inevitable, yet the loss of a close friend or family member always showers us with a range of emotions. One day we might desperately try to avoid the pain, anxiety and feelings of helplessness we feel when a loved one dies. Other days, we feel like life has returned to normal—at least until we realize that our life has changed irrevocably.… Read More