Upon his wife’s sudden death, Brad was left a single father of seven children. Life became harder, and the grief almost overwhelming.
We all grieve. We lose something or someone we love. And it hurts. Sorrows seem to crash like stormy waves against the boats of our lives.
How do we respond to loss? Let alone glorify God in it?
In this book, Brad recounts his story in thirty-two short reflections. With a pastor’s heart, he charts a course through these waves of grief – applying Bible truths to times of sorrow.
This book is not merely a memoir, it’s a God-centred travel guide through grief. Its aim: to help you become more like Christ in your sorrows. To glorify God in your grief.
This book can help us to say: ‘It is well with my soul.’
This is practical, pastoral theology at its best; an unpacking of lessons learned and truths proved in the furnace of suffering. It is a testimony to the faithfulness of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; to the reliability of God's very great and precious promises in the varied storms of life; and to the provision of God's help in times of trial through the warm fellowship of a local church.
Jonathan Prime, Director of Pastoral Support,
Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC)
... a beautiful testimony to God’s keeping power ... Read it and be encouraged!
Sharon James, author, and Social Policy Analyst at The Christian Institute.
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I found it extremely unhelpful for me in my grieving. It was written by a young man for men who are great Christians. Is there a book written by a woman for shaky women.