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Find out the 5 Stages of Grief and Discover 5 Myths about Grief (and how to correct them)
From denial and numbness to anger and depression, grief can be a very confusing time. Whether grieving the loss of a loved one or grieving the loss of a job, people often wonder if what they are feeling is normal. So, how can you help? What can you say?
One of the best ways to help someone who is mourning is to first understand grief itself. By understanding the stages of grief you can help people move toward healing. This week’s FREE eChart covers the 5 stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Although not everyone grieves the same way, this week’s free eChart explains some of the common emotions people experience when journeying through grief. It also reveals 5 common misconceptions about grief that can prolong the grieving process, such as: “I should be over it by now” or “I should just ignore the pain.” Perfect for anyone who is grieving, knows someone who is grieving, or anyone who wants to show God’s love to others.
This is just 2 pages from Rose’s Comfort for Loss pamphlet, which provides dozens of comforting scriptures and practical advice for those who are experiencing a time of loss. It includes biblical examples of grief that will help you find meaning in the loss. Get it for just 99¢
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Have you ever tried comforting someone? Perhaps, they just heard a bad report from the doctor, got laid off, or had to bury a loved one. You know they need more than just stock answers, like “Hang in there” “Time heals wounds” or “just trust God.” But, what can you say? How can you help?
Put this in the hands of a grieving friend to ease the journey through the 5 stages of grief. Although there is not one way to process grief, this uplifting pamphlet shares how to navigate through grief and find meaning in loss. It addresses 5 myths about grief that can slow down the recovery process and gives soothing Scripture that provides hope and encouragement. It also includes specific advice for those who are experiencing grief and answers the common questions they ask, such as: Why did God let this happen?
- Comforting and Uplifting— it includes dozens of scriptures that provide encouragement, comfort, and hope for those experiencing grief.
- Relevant— It covers the 5 Stages of Grief (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance) helping mourners process their emotions and hurt.
- Practical— It includes a clear explanation of grief, answers common question, and tackles 5 Myths of Grief that if left unaddressed could slow down the recovery process.
- Biblical— You are not alone in your grief. Many people in the Bible experienced it as well (David, Job, Jesus, Jeremiah, Joseph, Naomi and Ruth). Be encouraged as you see how God transformed their despair into hope and experience the peace that comes from knowing the 3 ways God brings meaning out of loss.
Perfect for anyone who is grieving, knows someone who is grieving, or anyone who wants to better show God’s love to others. Great for personal use, small groups, support groups, grief counseling, and hospital ministries.
The world is full of pain, causing many to wonder—Why? Why does God allow suffering? How can a good and loving God allow “good people” to suffer?
“When I was first injured, I was desperate to understand this,” admits Joni Eareckson Tada. After a diving accident left her paralyzed at the age of 17, Joni wanted answers. In this pamphlet, Joni shares her personal struggle and the encouragement she found in the Lord. Written by someone who has “been there,” God’s Hand in Our Hardship pamphlet provides real hope and key scriptures that provide a solid overview on what the Bible says about suffering. It answers the big questions about hardships and encourages those struggling with hardships by highlighting the 6 ways God remains in control over every situation.
Get Bible-based answers to tough questions, including:
Perfect for personal use, small group use, or to hand to a friend for encouragement.
|“Sometimes life just doesn’t make sense to us. This pamphlet helps us to realize that God in His sovereignty sometimes makes decisions that don’t seem fair to us. This pamphlet helps you to understand that in His wisdom God sometimes allows hardships to come our way for the “greater good” that can come out of them. ” — Mary, customer review on Amazon|
You already know that fear and anxiety are draining. You want to stop “worrying so much,” but it is hard to know what to do when fear starts bombarding you. How can you respond to “fear” in those moments? How can you help others who struggle with fear?
In this pamphlet, Joni Eareckson Tada reveals the root cause of most fear and explains how to overcome it. After finding out she was paralyzed from the neck down as a teenager, Joni experienced waves of anxiety and fear throughout her life. Sharing her own experience and key Bible verses, Joni shows how to move from fear to faith through a deepened understanding of the love and power of Christ in your life. Experience the peace that comes from bathing your mind in the truth of God’s Word. Includes sample prayers, simple summaries, relevant insights, and more!
Enjoy having this encouraging pamphlet, which includes:
- Relatable personal testimonies that share key insights on how to overcome fear
- 4 “warning signs” that your fear is unhealthy
- How to develop a healthy fear of the Lord and find your security and significance in Christ.
- Inspiring quotes and dozens of scripture verses that will encourage you.
Perfect for personal use, small group use, or to hand to a friend for encouragement.
|“The author is an amazing Christian woman who brings a new definition to the term “overcomer.” Fear is the opposite of trust and a clear enemy of Christian faith. This easy-to-understand booklet will empower readers at any stage of growth.” — Regina M. Prude, Rose customer review|
- How can I really give thanks for all things? Why should I be thankful for a terrible situation?
- How can I cultivate a grateful spirit?
- What was the Apostle Paul’s secret to a grateful heart? How did he remain thankful after being beaten, stoned, whipped, starved, shipwrecked and betrayed ?
- How is it possible to “rejoice in the Lord always?”
Find out incredible insights from Joni, who despite her health set-backs remains a glorious example of the power of a thankful attitude. Perfect for personal use, small group use, or to hand to a friend for encouragement.
|“We Christians live in a world of hurt and Joni’s writings are so inspiring to all of us. Just to know of someone with such a marvelous testimony helps us along this path of life. I would proudly recommend this pamphlet to anyone.” — Martha Loesch, customer review on Amazon|
Whether you are suffering physically, emotionally, or spiritually, you will be encouraged by this 14-page pamphlet by author and speaker Joni Eareckson Tada. Discover the biblical insights Joni has gained from being a quadriplegic for more than 45 years and find out the 10 key ways she has made sense of suffering. Packed with key Bible verses, practical advice, prayers, and reflection questions, this incredible pamphlet answers —
This Scripture-based pamphlet is a great help for those with personal difficulties and for groups dealing with grief, disabilities, emotional and physical trauma, divorce, and more.
|“Joni does a great job of helping us to understand why there is so much suffering in this world and how to cope with it. She handles this difficult subject with great compassion and understanding. How can a “good God” let so many “bad things” happen? This pamphlet will help you make sense of it. ” — Mary, customer review on Amazon|
- How to respond in a Godly way to “unfair” circumstances
- What the Bible says about “justice” and “fairness” through the eyes of Peter, Job, and many more
- 7 Keys to Praising God When Life Gets Hard
- How to replace a “Victim Mentality” with a “Victor Attitude”
- And much more
|“In When God Seems Unjust Joni Eareckson Tada provides Christians with sound advice and biblical truth, to encourage us through those times that seem unfair or unjust. Joni reflects back on her own times of suffering, but is quick to add that God never withholds good, and it’s our choice to become a victim or a victor.” — DouglasM, customer review from Amazon|
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