Monthly Archives: February 2011

Grief – Body Grief

Over the course of my life I’ve been blessed with extraordinary health and vitality. I’ve not taken this for granted and praise God for it while offering my energy and strength back to Him for His purposes. Somehow things have … Continue reading

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Grief – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

About Becky – Becky was in her final year of Pharmacy School through Creighton University’s Distance Pharmacy program.  She had just started her sixth of eight Rotations when she died.  Becky’s classmates went to the Dean of the Pharmacy School to ask … Continue reading

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Grief – Abiding in Christ and His People

“As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love. If you keep My commandments, you will abide in My love, just as I have kept My Father’s commandments and abide in His love.” John 15:9-10 … Continue reading

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Grief – Trusting the Mind of God

Recently a friend asked “How can you say God is good when He has the power to intervene and doesn’t? Would I be good if I saw one of my children in trouble and it was within my capacity to … Continue reading

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Grief – Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day. Fresh grief washes over me. I grieve for my loss – the loss of a beloved daughter whose very life reflected the depth of my love for Steve, my valentine. I grieve for Jacob’s loss – on Valentine’s … Continue reading

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Grief – Answered Prayer

I mentioned earlier that I’ve been praying constantly since the accident. I’ve clearly seen answer to my prayers in the connection I feel to the Lord and in the every day comfort He has provided. There have been other very … Continue reading

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Grief – Death is Center Stage

Death has taken center stage in my life. It is as if death owns me, governs my every move. Ambition is gone and goal-setting a thing of the past. Most of the time I haven’t the energy to do much … Continue reading

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