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In his first book, Dr. Dan Moseley shares a different way of viewing the losses in life. This honest reflection reveals a pastor who, after many years of caring for others as they experienced loss, found he was ill prepared when an intense season of death and loss impacted his life. Dr. Moseley's personal discoveries and those of friends who have shared their stories with him are found in this book. From a heart of hope he encourages readers to grieve at their own pace and look for the new life emerging in the space loss creates.
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About the Author
Dan Moseley is the Herald B. Monroe Professor of Practical Parish Ministry at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. He is the president of the Disciples Peace Fellowship and has served as a pastor and executive minister.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a very comforting book. Whether you are one who has lost 'and we all have' or whether you are the friend of one who has lost, this book gives real, nourishing information about how to live with and in spite of the many different kinds of loss that we all face.