Learning how to deal with grief means that you don’t let it overwhelm you, but also that you don’t shove it away. This article shares how to create a safe space where your pain can be heard, honored, and understood so that you can heal.
Practical wisdom for how to get through the holiday season condensed into 3 brief videos and 3 articles.
This free downloadable study guide and corresponding aricle from Living Lutheran magazine helps people reflect on how they can better love and support their Christian sisters and brothers in their grief. It also includes a section for congregations to develop a plan for walking alongside those who are grieving.
In this episode of Christianity Today's "Suprised by Grief" podcast series, Daniel Harrell and author Clarissa Moll discuss how the diversity of the church’s gifts can provide vital support for grieving people after a loss. They talk about the challenges of pastoring through personal grief, how Jesus meets us uniquely in suffering, and how congregations can grow in their empathetic care for hurting people in their midst.
In this episode of the Wellness Compass Podcast, Scott Stoner reminds us that whenever we acknowledge our grief, we also acknowledge that we have loved and been loved. He discusses how repressing or hiding our grief is detrimental to our mental health and offers some practical advice for how to embrace loss in order to move through grief in a healthy manner. Reflection questions are also provided for personal application of the information presented.
This free study from GriefShare guides participants through sections of the Bible that are relevant to the emotions, worries, and questions people often face after the death of a loved one to contribute toward the healing process.
A helpful guide for understanding how grief manifests itself in youth and how teachers and administrators can help.