Important New Resource for Ministry
What do you say to a friend who just miscarried for the third time?
When a close friend is walking through the challenges of terminally ill parents, how do you encourage them without saying something that would sound trite?
It can be so hard in many of life’s situations to know what to say, how to respond, or when to stay silent when someone is walking through an unthinkable season of grief. Nancy Guthrie has had her share of grief that is hard to imagine. After loosing two babies, she has seen the beauty of the church rise up to support her and she’s also experienced some of the hurts that come along with well meaning friends.
Nancy’s new book, What Grieving People Wish You Knew About What Really Helps and (What Really Hurts) will become the go-to resource for all who are seeking the right ways to minister to those facing all types of grief. Don’t let the fear of saying the wrong thing keep you from being a blessing!
In What Grieving People Wish You Knew, author Nancy Guthrie offers practical, straightforward advice on how to confidently interact with grieving people. Drawing from personal experience, as well as the input of hundreds of grieving people, she offers specifics of what to say and do, and what to avoid. Tackling touchy topics, navigating interactions on social media, and more, this insightful guidebook will show you how to support those who are grieving with wisdom and love.
Take a few minutes to hear Nancy’s story.