Silverlining: A Life Application Journey Through the Dynamics of Grief

Silverlining: A Life Application Journey Through the Dynamics of Grief

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by T. David Willets, Dr T. David Willets
     
 

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Storm clouds gather. Losses mount. The pain of grief is crushing.
Is there life beyond your storm?

Silverlining is a practical application of healing grief. From his personal experience of painful loss, Dr. Willets offers fresh insight into these topics:

• "Why did this happen to me?"
• Grieving the loss of anything significant to

Overview

Storm clouds gather. Losses mount. The pain of grief is crushing.
Is there life beyond your storm?

Silverlining is a practical application of healing grief. From his personal experience of painful loss, Dr. Willets offers fresh insight into these topics:

• "Why did this happen to me?"
• Grieving the loss of anything significant to you.
• When your grieving process goes backwards.
• Who says how and how long you should grieve?
• Being prepared for your next significant loss.

Dr. Willets has real-time experience on the topic of grief. He has served in local church ministry for more than thirty-five years. His educational training is in the area of pastoral care and counseling. In 2004, David's wife of twenty-seven years and eighteen-year-old daughter were killed in an automobile wreck. Through this painful experience, along with his training, Dr. Willets brings sound psychological, spiritual and applicable expertise to those on the journey of grief.

Editorial Reviews

Pastor Jerry Wells
David Willets has been a dear friend of mine for over 35 years. When my wife Debbie died from ovarian cancer in 2007, Dave reached out to me. He was one of the few men that I knew that understood what I was experiencing. God used his compassionate heart and the wisdom he had gained from his own suffering to get me through my darkest days of grief. His transparency and the council that he shares will help you navigate your way through the valley of the shadow of death.
Dr. Lin Brister
Watching a friend go through grief is very difficult. What do you say or do? For many who have not been through grief of their own yet, this book can help them be an encouragement to others, maybe by simply giving them a copy. It’s the sort of book to give to those you love but don’t know just quite what to say.
Book - Pastor Wendell C. Lang
No one understands the grief process better than Dave Willets and he is uniquely qualified to share from his own walk down the trail of healing. I have learned so much from Dave about dealing with the various stages of grief. The fact that every situation has a silver lining gives us all a hope that we can endure and even overcome whatever life brings our way. You will want to read this book and encourage others to invest in this material.
Pastor Wade Burleson
There are some books that strengthen the mind, and there are others that warm the heart. David Willets' Silverlining is one of those rare books that does both. The difficult and delicate task of consoling those who are grieving is handled with the deft wisdom and rich compassion of one who has himself experienced the deepest kind of pain resulting from tragic and personal loss. David Willets absolutely succeeds in helping the reader find God’s Silverlining in life’s darkest hour.
Eugene Bullard
Dr. T. David Willets has been a close friend for almost 40 years. I have seen Dave walk through some very rocky stages of life. I have utmost confidence in his character and desire to help the grieving. As the Lord has walked with Dave, Dave has remained faithful to his Lord. His life is an example of how the Lord can rebuild lives that have been crushed on the storms of our circumstances. I highly recommend this book to all.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781890900823
Publisher:
Insight Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/21/2013
Pages:
54
Sales rank:
1,044,001
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Willets has real-time experience on the topic of grief. He has served in local church ministry for more than thirty-five years. His educational training is in the area of pastoral care and counseling. In 2004, David’s wife of twenty-seven years and eighteen-year-old daughter were killed in an automobile wreck. Through this painful experience, along with his training, Dr. Willets brings sound psychological, spiritual and applicable expertise to those on the journey of grief.

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