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  • by Robert H Berendt
We are greatly distressed by the death of a loved one.
  • by Kathy Sanny
Grieving for a lost loved one does not end in this lifetime.
  • by Gregg & Rebekah Drury
At 2:30 a.m. I received an alert on my cell phone for a flash flood warning. At 2:35 a.m. I received another alert, this time it was for a tornado warning.
  • by Judy Nelson
In today’s world we’re taught that if we want it, we can get it. But do we need it or should we have it? And what does God have to say about it?
  • by Luke Przeslawski
When things in the world go bad, perhaps it's time to mourn.
  • by United Church of God
We all have to cope with the loss caused by death. How can we deal with our grief and help others who are grieving? Understanding what the Bible reveals about death and His promise of the resurrection provides great encouragement.
  • by Janet Hendershot
Our 12-year-old granddaughter was killed riding a go-kart. She was on a dirt road full of potholes, and the traffic on that road might have been two vehicles daily. One of those two vehicles was present on the day she died, and it was enough to cause this tragedy.
  • by Joan Osborn
We will all come in contact with someone who has lost someone close to them. What's the best thing to say and do? Probably the same things you'd like to hear.
  • by Janna Thomas
Facing family tragedy, there was a haunting familiarity in my grief. What I've learned has changed my outlook on the world, and the future.
  • by John Miller
The concept of a resurrection to life—a biblical teaching few understand—was no longer an intangible promise from the pages of the Bible. The resurrection suddenly became a real event for me. I saw it for the first time for what it is: a commitment from Jesus Christ Himself.