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In the Name of God – How Faith Communities Can Support the Bereaved
The words of his story stick in his throat as Roger tries to swallow his emotions. His wife Elaine has died four months ago; the fresh pain being unleashed as he finds a willing listener in me. Elaine had been … Continue reading
Posted in Bereavement, Faith, Grief, Healing, Lessons from others, Religion, Spirituality, support Tagged acceptance, anger, church, compassion, faith, funeral, God, grief, grieving, Loss, memorial, pastor, priest, rabbi, support, worship 2 Comments
When Loss Enters Faith
My husband Chris and I watch as our pastor cups his hand into the basin and begins to pour water on our son’s forehead. This is a sacred sacrament, our firstborn’s baptism. Two years later, another pastor is the only … Continue reading
Posted in Bereavement, Faith, Grief, grieving, Life's Losses, My story, Relationships, Religion, Spirituality, Transitions Tagged acceptance, anger, baptism, bargaining, called, church, communion, denial, faith, funeral, grief, Loss, marriage, pastor, sacrament, shock, spiritual guidance 1 Comment