God is perfect. God is faithful. God’s perfect faithfulness is our one true guide through the valley of the shadow of death. read more »
God With Us
God is with us as we grieve - as we remember, as we memorialize, as we live a life of rich, unbroken heritage in the love of those now lost to us in death. read more »
We experience intermittent grief because we don't just put our emotions aside for once and all time. read more »
I'm struggling to untangle the complex emotions at the heart of a complicated grief. I realize that what I'm really feeling is empty. read more »
When we stop to consider everything that's happened since the death of our loved one we realize that our lives have changed - dramatically and irrevocably. read more »
When we grieve often it's simply not possible to find words that express our sorrow, our pain, our inmost needs. read more »
Where Do I Fit In?
One of the subtle shifts we experience when someone we love dies is the re-ordering of our place in life. read more »
A New View
What we discover as we grieve is that our view to life is constantly evolving and changing. read more »
Our life serves a purpose, we're going somewhere... read more »
The Harvest of Grief
The work of grief is a little like farming - it's a hard, daily encounter with uncertainty and the possible outcome of total loss. read more »
The Garden of the Heart
What does the garden of the heart look like, especially as we near the other side of grief? read more »
The Land of Hope
When we grieve, our journey takes us through the valley of the shadow of death. read more »
Love, mercy, and grace – the very best of God, especially when we grieve, “Do not, O LORD, withhold your mercy from me; let your steadfast love and your faithfulness keep me safe forever” (Psalm 40:11 NRSV). read more »
How Long Does Grief Last?
Grief is many things, but it is not an on-demand experience. read more »
Where is God?
When an act of random violence kills innocent people, wounds and maims dozens of others, and brings an entire city to its knees, there are only questions - who did this, why, how? read more »