Hope and Help for the Widow : The Reality of Being Alone
Author: Jan Sheble
According to U.S. government statistics there are currently 11.6 million widows in our country. They are in varying stages of grief. Little has been written on specifics of how to adjust to the stage of widowhood.
In August, 1992, Dr. Jan Sheble became a widow overnight. Her husband contracted an anaerobic bacterium and died within twenty-four hours. Having experienced almost instantaneous grief and years of widowhood, she now provides helpful insight for widows everywhere—as she shares her own story and the story of other widows.
Topics covered are:
• Immediate plans
• The First Year
• Single parenting
• Sex, dating, and remarriage
• Plus an appendix of numerous questions and answers
Publisher: AMG Publishers
192Pages / Publication Date: 20030501
Why is forgiveness so hard? People who refuse to forgive often sabotage their future and create an emotional cancer that spreads into every other aspect of their lives. Even those...
Prodigals come in many forms. We often think of the defiant ones as prodigals, but there are other types that break our hearts: embarrassing, intellectual, lukewarm, and religious prodigals. The...
For those of you have been familiar with Crossroads for some time, you'll know that Crossroads' Founder David Mainse is an epic storyteller. This Far By Faith, features over 70...
Journey into Joy-Now you can enjoy reading these practical and inspiring insights from Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount as recorded in Matthew 5-7. Based on the original transcripts of the Journey Into Joy...