Tears in a Bottle

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"Griffith is a seasoned counselor with those who grieve, an ordained minister, and a gifted storyteller. In this wonderful book, he brings all three backgrounds together as he weaves stories of loss - from the Bible, the lives of others, and his own experiences - into a beautiful tapestry of hope in the midst of grief. You will be touched, as you see your own story through new lenses of faith and confidence."

Ron Greer, Pastoral Counselor, Peachtree United Methodist Church, Atlanta, GA Author, Markings on the ...

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Overview

"Griffith is a seasoned counselor with those who grieve, an ordained minister, and a gifted storyteller. In this wonderful book, he brings all three backgrounds together as he weaves stories of loss - from the Bible, the lives of others, and his own experiences - into a beautiful tapestry of hope in the midst of grief. You will be touched, as you see your own story through new lenses of faith and confidence."

Ron Greer, Pastoral Counselor, Peachtree United Methodist Church, Atlanta, GA Author, Markings on the Windowsill: A Book About Grief That's Really About Hope

"Griffith brings together his experience and insights as a hospice chaplain with deep theological and biblical understanding to offer profound insight into the very human experience of grief"

Perry G. Downs, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Doctorial Programs,
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

"Griffith shares personal times of compassionate, sensitivity in ministering to persons who grieve. This provides great reassurances to Stephen Ministers as they walk with people on their journey."

Barbara Kramer, Stephen Minister Leader, Lowcountry Presbyterian Church, Bluffton SC

WILLIAM H. GRIFFITH is a retired minister and former hospice chaplain who has written his third book related to grief. He holds both a Doctor of Ministry and Masters of Divinity degree and has 35 years of pastoral ministry experience. He is available for conferences, seminars, or workshops to address the issues of grief and care-giving for the dying. Contact him at wmgriffith@aol.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609573461
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 6/8/2010
  • Pages: 178
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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