When someone we love dies, we quickly learn what's important, and what's not. As we learn these things, they can lead to positive changes in our lives. On a daily basis, it's important for us to do something with our time that is VALUABLE FOR ETERNITY. If we take some of the physical things that … Continue reading Through Our Grief, We Learn What’s Important
After the death of a spouse, often times “friends become strangers and strangers become friends.” Social ties will shift during this time. Many family & friends may stop talking about our spouse because they are afraid of making us sad… Family & Friends whom remain in our corner; we should love and cherish them. I’ve … Continue reading Moving Forward and Finding Peace After the Death of a Spouse
Grief is a natural part of life. The feelings we have are normal. Other people are experiencing these same feelings too. We must realize we are never alone in our grief. Find out why it is important to allow ourselves to grieve. It is important to discover what God's character has to do with our … Continue reading Grief is a Natural Part of Life
“Death is the most terrible of all things; for it is the end.”—Aristotle.
The death of a grandparent can be the catalyst for a family to grow closer together or completely fall apart. A Grandparents role in the family is not only the mother or father of a Childs parent but a key figure in the history & backbone of the family. A Grandparents love for their family … Continue reading Grieving the death of a Grandparent