Asleep In Jesus

Asleep In Jesus

eBook - 2013
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In her own struggle with grief, Vivian Sielaff found the path that leads to soul-level healing, and she shares it with you in this powerful book. If you want to recover from your loss, youll find the help you need by reading Asleep in Jesus. - Steve Grissom, founder, Grief Share Grief Recovery Support Groups; founder, The Church Initiative, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina In Asleep in Jesus, author Vivian Sielaff brings encouragement and hope to Christians who have experienced grief from the unexpected loss of a loved one. In a conversational style, Vivian shares how God comforted her when her husband, a police officer for twenty-two years, died after a struggle with depression related to alcohol dependence and recovery following an unanticipated early retirement. Sections include devotionals; practical ways to cope with your loss; help and hope for those with depression and anxiety; guidance for those struggling with addiction; and encouragement for those dealing with loved ones with depression and addiction. Asleep in Jesus offers hopean eternal hope that those who belong to Jesus are safely held in His hands even as we grieve their absence. Vivians supernatural gift from God in her deepest point of despair is a gift to all of us who need to know we are not alone.
Publisher: [United States] :, WestBow Press,, 2013
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ISBN: 9781490805085
1490805087
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Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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