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  • Where is God in All of This

    Where is God in All of This

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    The question: “Why does God allow us to pass through the dark valleys of loss, grief, broken relationships, financial crises, loss of jobs, floods, earthquakes, hunger, horrific crimes, illness and disease” has rung out through the ages. It is a question

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  • When Grief Comes - Finding Strength for Today and Hope for Tomorrow

    When Grief Comes - Finding Strength for Today and Hope for Tomorrow

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    Fact Sheet When Grief Comes – Finding Strength For Today and Hope For Tomorrow Guest: Dr. Kirk Neeley

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  • The Rose of Shari

    The Rose of Shari

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    The death of a child generates the most intense grief, because it is unnatural and it seems so wrong. Parents have related to me that when you bury a child, you bury part of yourself. A parent’s grief is compounded when the child dies suddenly such as i

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  • The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come

    The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come

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    It has been said that we spend the first 18 years of our lives trying to get away from home and the rest of our lives trying to return. This speaks volumes about our search for being and meaning in life. It speaks of longings that are never quite fille

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  • Please Don't Jump

    Please Don't Jump

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    Family researchers agree that most of our early learning takes place within the family and that our personalities emerge as we attempt to adapt, conform, and/or survive within our unique family system. This process includes at least three dynamics or fo

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  • On the Road to Emmaus: A Travel Guide Through Grief

    On the Road to Emmaus: A Travel Guide Through Grief

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    What are you to do when grief breaks your heart? Admit your heart is broken and accommodate it by grieving. Perhaps you are thinking: “What is Dr. Freda saying, because that is not what I have been taught.” To many it will come as a shock that I, a Ch

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  • On the Road to Emmaus Part 2

    On the Road to Emmaus Part 2

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    As ironic as it may seem, for some, the Christmas holidays can be the saddest and loneliest time of the year. If this is true for you, don’t hesitate to admit it. It is healthier to be in touch with what you are feeling, and then you can do whatever i

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  • Melissa- A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Part I

    Melissa- A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Part I

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    One of God’s cures for the loneliness of grief is the hard-fought decision to get up, get out, and get looking for ways to care for others, who—whatever their struggles and situations, suicide or otherwise—may feel every bit as alone as you do. Very ofte

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