Saturday, July 09, 2016


In her book, Grieving the Loss of a Loved One, Kathe Wunnenberg has written an outstanding devotional on loss.  This book captured my attention from the beginning and she never let up.  The stories and illustrations are powerful.  They are practical, relevant and true to life.

She shares scripture and life experiences which will certainly help the person who is grieving to find comfort through his/her faith.

This is the type of book to be given to someone who is grieving the loss of a loved one.  There are 12 sections in the book, which are listed below.  Within each section are about 4-6 chapters which are all short in nature.  Overall, there are 52 chapters in the book, which totals about 225 pages.  Below are the Section Headings ~
  1. Denying
  2. Venting
  3. Questioning
  4. Bargaining
  5. Crying
  6. Surrendering
  7. Accepting
  8. Praising
  9. Being
  10. Celebrating
  11. Relating
  12. Living
I highly recommend this book to read individually, then to be passed along as a gift.

Thanks to for the opportunity to read this book - - - in exchange for my honest opinion. 

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