Grace in the Wound: Finding Hope in Long-Term Grief

Grace in the Wound: Finding Hope in Long-Term Grief

“Grace in the Wound offers deep spiritual insight and pastorally cares for the reader. It is not only a book for those enduring the obvious and sharpest sufferings; it is also for anyone carrying the memory of pain and needs healing – that is all of us. This book gently offers authentic Christian hope, a hope that can help one to endure and even thrive in the face of grief. Every parish should be stocked with copies of this book to share.” – Tom Quinlan, National Catechetical Leader

Product code :857406

ISBN :9781627857406

Author :Kathy Hendricks

Publisher :Twenty-Third Publications

Type :Books

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In this groundbreaking book, best-selling author, Kathy Hendricks examines the long-range effects of unacknowledged and unresolved grief. Beginning with an exploration of the meaning of grace and how it emerges from even the deepest wounds, Hendricks demonstrates how the heart often mellows through the long-term process of grieving, allowing grace to move us into gratitude and hope. Personal stories and post-Resurrection accounts from the gospels help to illuminate the many ways we might find God’s grace in our grief and allow it to draw forth new life.

96 pages

5.5" x 8.5"

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