“Good Grief! is a book that must be read!” Pastor Doug Munton
What is Good Grief! about?
By the time Erica McNeal was thirty-two years old, she was already a three-time cancer survivor, and had experienced the loss of five children. Erica has chosen to say, “Why not me?” and uses her cancer and child-loss to equip men and women to learn how to effectively love people who grieve. Erica believes that God can use even our most painful experiences to build rapport and relationships with others in order to share His incredible love. Good Grief! is a Resource Guide filled with tangible solutions of how to love people well through difficult times!
Learn: What not to say, What to say, What to remember, How to help, and How to pray
Why Read Now?
The perception that Christians are hypocrites is a leading excuse of why people choose not to attend church. While we are all sinners saved by grace, and therefore hypocritical in various ways, we can help combat this excuse by learning how to love other people effectively. We need to be careful about the words we use and how we act on our faith in God, so that our responses in times of tragedy and life changes are different than those of non-believers. Christians need to become better equipped to know what to say and how to help people who are hurting, so that we can help our loved ones move forward from their losses, instead of inhibiting their journey.
What Others Are Saying:
“The truth of God that has been experienced in the life of another is a foolproof guide. Erica McNeal has just this expertise from a life of perseverance in areas that may comfort us all.” Tommy Nelson
“All of us will eventually have to walk through the valley either personally or with someone we love. This book will prepare you for that journey.” Ken Davis
“If you are going through suffering, have gone through suffering, or know someone who is, then this book will be a tremendous guide and comfort for you.” Sean McDowell
“Good Grief! should be required reading for every pastor who wants to truly minister to the people of their church!” Kevin Baker
From the Pages of the Book:
“We didn’t know what we needed and our loved ones didn’t know how to help. There was a disparity between the two which created conflict and unmet expectations, on both sides. None of us knew what we were hoping for from the other person until our unknown expectations were unmet.”
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