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Grieve Like A Man: Finding God's Strength As You Walk Through Your Loss
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Grieve Like A Man: Finding God's Strength As You Walk Through Your Loss

by Jonathan Fann
 

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Grief. It's a messy, hard path...yet it's a journey everyone will take at some point in life. When men walk that road, they often find they're not given the freedom to grieve as they need to. Author Jonathan Fann has been there, having lost two children and his father in less than 18 months.
Grieve like a Man offers men a practical guide to navigating the path of

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Grief. It's a messy, hard path...yet it's a journey everyone will take at some point in life. When men walk that road, they often find they're not given the freedom to grieve as they need to. Author Jonathan Fann has been there, having lost two children and his father in less than 18 months.
Grieve like a Man offers men a practical guide to navigating the path of grief in a culture where men are taught to be tough. The author also provides insight for wives, mothers, sisters, and friends into how men grieve differently than women and how they can come alongside the men in their lives who are hurting from a loss.
Readers will learn how to face grief that occurs, not just in the case of death, but also during the loss of a marriage, jobs, and even a man's hopes and dreams. An encouraging book for every man dealing with loss.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736939256
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
03/01/2012
Pages:
162
Sales rank:
654,278
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Jonathan Fann is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. He serves as a chaplain in the United States Army Reserves and previously worked as a hospital and hospice chaplain.Jonathan and his wife, Heather, are the parents of two children, now both in heaven, and a daughter, Madison. The couple live in Missouri where they direct a support group (www.MEND.org) for individuals who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss.

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