Pretending we’re not hurting isn’t the way to deal with grief. On today’s broadcast, Kristen Anderson talks about looking to God in times of darkness.
It often seems Christians are the only group that can be vilified without consequence. Are we right to feel indignation at this? Learn more on Living From The Heart.
Many of us do not deal with death until it comes into our homes, leaving us with only unanswered questions. Join us for Part 2 of our interview with Siran Stacey.
Our emotional bruises often manifest in the form of the question, “What if?” According to Siran Stacy, the only way out of this “lonely walk” is through prayer. Learn more in Part 1 of the broadcast.
How personal is your God? In our new series, Living From The Heart, we’ll explore.
It is easy to let sorrow overtake an existence after suffering great loss, but we must not allow grief to consume our identity. Learn more on Part 3 of our broadcast with David and Nancy Guthrie.
Losing a child is possibly the hardest tragedy any human can face. On today’s broadcast, join us for Part II of our discussion with David and Nancy Guthrie.
Often, our idealized expectations are not realized because God’s plan is so much different from—and greater than—our own. The Guthrie family’s discovery of their newborn’s rare metabolic disorder is a prime example. Join Michael Easley in studio with David and Nancy Guthrie.
Grief has the power to renew our faith.