If you answered yes, you’re not alone! Since losing three amazing people in my life, I’ve realized:
- Grief is hard work and unpredictable.
- You have to “put on your own oxygen mask” before helping others.
- It’s OK to cry; and it’s also OK to laugh.
- People are going to say some crazy things, trying to be helpful.
- Rest is not a four letter word. [OK, technically it is, but not a bad one.]
- You can survive… and embrace life again!
This site was created to encourage you, and connect you with world-class sites and people who can help.
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What People Are Saying…
Andy Hankins, CFO and Funeral Director, Johnson Funeral Home
Johnson Funeral Home is dedicated to providing compassionate care not only at the time of need, but in the season that follows. For a family grieving a loved one, receiving the certified death certificate can be a painful reminder of their loss. We have chosen Grief Survivor as a gift we offer to families during that difficult meeting. The beautiful hardcover book reminds them their loved one has not been forgotten.
Tom Haren, Care Pastor
These (Grief Survivor brand) books have been so helpful for families hurting and healing through the grieving process. Thank you, Beth Marshall for your obedience in creating this great gift to our people!
I keep these healing books on hand to use as gifts when a friend or family member loses a loved one. The cost is only about twice that of a sympathy card- and SO much more useful! I order 10 at a time so I’ll always have one on hand.
Jon McDerment, Pastor
Throughout the years, Grief Survivor has been one of the most trusted resources for our church, as people process their way through one of life’s hardest seasons. Beth Marshall’s wise counsel and practical tools are essential for walking toward lasting healing.
Jake Beaty, NewSpring Church
Grief Survivor has been a trusted resource for our church for many years. When someone in our congregation is dealing with grief, we have found this book to be a practical tool as they process their loss, knowing God’s heart for them in their grief journey.