Category Archives: Grief
I was recently invited by a family to help them share the life celebration of a wife and mother with friends and family gathered for a memorial service. I was well acquainted with one of her children, but had almost … Continue reading
It was different with mom than it was with dad. The loss of Dad was a continuous ache, a persistent feeling that something was missing. With mom, it was all about the “firsts”. Every “first” drove a spike into a … Continue reading
Lost I was recently visiting someone in jail. She was fighting depression. I know the instant reaction, “Yeah, I’d be depressed if I was sitting in jail!” But, it was more than that. Having sat in jail for over 7 … Continue reading
First hand experience of the devastation in the Philippines. This is from friends serving with KIM (Kid’s International Ministries) near Manilla. Consider how you might support these relief efforts.