"Surviving the loss of a child is the hardest of journeys. There is only one way, and that is through.
But how? What does that even mean?
I can only show and tell you my experiences along the way, pointing out mistakes, dangers, and miracles."
While many books on grief provide helpful but heady information, A Portrait of Grief provides acute care for those devastated by loss. The author holds readers' hands through the early stages of grief and provides guidance for sustained healing into the future.
A Portrait of Grief simply and truthfully tells about the God who reveals Himself gently, but surely, through His compassionate care and loving presence for those traveling through the "valley of the shadow of death." In concise chapters, this book points fellow grievers toward hope and renewal through personal stories, teachings, and music selections for healing.