Suddenly-Your World Falls Apart-A Guide To Grieving Well is a personal testimony and practical guide in dealing with life changes when the death of a spouse occurs. Even when there has been a long illness, adjusting to that loss can be hard and seem sudden. Nancy Markworth Brown has written an inspiring book that evolved through her own losses of two husbands sudden deaths only five years apart. Nancy has lead a grief support group at her church for eight years and has included a workbook page after each chapter to help participants stay close to God through scripture and meditation questions. This book is for bereaved, support groups, or individuals. It would also be helpful for someone trying to help a friend through a loss, or a minister. What Others Have Said About The Book I sensed a deep and settled trust in God that can only come after tragedy strikes. Gently it says, you can make it. You are not alone. Jonathan Friesen, writer. This is a book to give to anyone you love who is hurting because of a loss. Nancy encourages faith in God without platitudes. She offers hope while still validating the depth of pain that grief can cause. Sharon Hinck, author of THE SECRET LIFE OF BECKY MILLER Compassion is what clearly marked Jesus as He walked on earth. Today He uses gentle healers like Nancy Markworth Brown to touch and heal the brokenhearted. Nancy's guide to grieving well is a valuable resource for church groups and individuals. Margaret Montreuil, author of GOD IN SANDALS and GOD WITH US.
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About the Author
Nancy Markworth Brown lives in Minnesota, and is now married to Dennis Brown, mother to four grown children and grandmother to sixteen. She is a writer, retreat leader, teacher, artist, and Christian Spiritual Director. Her passion is to spread the word about Jesus's love and victory.