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Growing in Grace Through Grief

Margaret McSweeney

192 pages
Iron Stream Media
Loss is a four-letter word that grips our hearts and gridlocks our lives. Grief can hold us captive until we surrender it to God. How do we find the necessary grace to journey through the mourning process? Juxtaposed to the outpouring of her mother’s words about grief, the author shares her own emotions experienced along the spectrum of loss after her parents’ deaths. Five sections cover common emotions and provide: Scripture lists, counsel from grief experts, sections with helps and tangible handles on dealing with grief.
Author Bio
Margaret McSweeney is a well-published author often writing freelance articles for the Daily Herald, the largest suburban Chicago newspaper, as well as having authored several books including A Mother’s Heart Knows and Go Back and Be Happy. With a master’s degree in international business, Margaret became a vice-president in the corporate finance division of a New York City bank and worked there 1986–1993. For some five years, she has served on the board of directors for WINGS, an organization that helps abused women and their children get a new start in life. You can also keep up with Margaret at Kitchen Chat or the Pearl Girls blog. Margaret lives with her husband and two daughters in the Chicago suburbs