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Glory in the Mourning: A Family's Story of Grief and Healing

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Photographs are black and white in this edition. "Glory in the Mourning" is a family's compelling, deeply personal story of healing after a car accident takes the life of their daughter and injures their sons. Stuart and Mary Banks share profound reflections articulating their crisis of faith and their journey to recovery. It is God's glory they discover in their mourning. ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published October 14th 2013 by Createspace
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Jimmy Locklear
Aug 01, 2015 Jimmy Locklear rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
How would you respond to your deepest sorrow?

Much like a multi layered painting or the layers of an onion, the Knechtles give us an ever deepening portrait of grieving. If you are willing to follow them from the outer story to the inner struggle, you will be rewarded with insights and wisdom that may help you in your current or future suffering. (Formatting in the kindle version is not as easy to read as the printed.)
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