Mourning To Morning (ebook)

Mourning To Morning (ebook)

Nancy James
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Have you experienced a loss of a child or know someone who has? Mourning to Morning is a 90-day devotional filled with personal stories and “prescriptions for healing” that will help you process pain, grief, and anger, and come into wholeness after tragedy. Mourning to Morning is an amazing story of how a grieving mother in her brokenness found her only comfort in God's grace and compassion. She speaks volumes of love with integrity to fill the void that is so wide. This book is soothing for the soul and it provides hope after despair. —Glenda Lenchanko, Honolulu, Hawaii Nancy's journey tugs at the heartstrings of anyone who has known loss, whether of a child, family member, or friend. Her writing is refreshing, honest, and open—as if you and a close friend were engaged in conversation about life and experiences that matter. I'm amazed at Nancy's ability to tuck humor inside her stories. Each devotional is filled with heartfelt expression that has known pain, suffering, loss, anger, forgiveness, joy, peace, and ultimate healing through God. —Dana Lee Haines, Baylor University Ed.D. Anyone who has experienced the loss of a child will benefit from reading this book on hope and healing. Nancy takes us from a place of confusion and utter despair to a place of trust and dependence on God. Nancy is open and shares honestly about grief and how to move on to what God has called you to after you have lost a child. —Dawn, Houston, Texas Being a mother of five myself, I couldn't imagine losing a child. Nancy doesn't sugar coat her pain or her anger; it is real and it is raw. I gave a draft of her book to a friend of mine who was grieving the loss of her son. She had been searching for a book to comfort her and help her understand her emotions, but could not find one. She quickly devoured the words of comfort, understanding, and hope that Mourning to Morning offered her. —Debbie Roberts, Kona, Hawaii.

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