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How to Help a Family in Grief
This download gives practical suggestions of what to do and what to avoid in shepherding a grieving family.
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Overview

I've watched two people die this year. Two people who were absolutely alive, but who drew in their last breaths and are now no longer with us. The first was my new friend Emily, in the spring. Then one month ago today, my mum.

I'd like to walk you through our story from the initial shock of hearing the news, through the week of waiting for the end, to mum's death and its effects. Along the way I'll simply select the best and worst of the pastoring experiences that wove their way into our history.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduction
A Death Observed

Leader's Guide
How to use "How to Help a Family in Grief" for a group study.

Hearing the News

A Patient Existence

The Waiting

The Last Visiting Hour


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Topics:Death, Dying, Grief, Hospice, Visitation
Filters:Discipleship, Pastoral care, Women's ministry
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