Navigating Grief A Journey of Hope & Healing
A 31-Day Devotional and Companion Journal for hurting hearts.
By Kathleen Knapp
"Excellent! This is a wonderful and encouraging reminder! I’m so glad you’re a woman who says yes when God says “Go”. He does not disappoint
A beautiful and encouraging message!
Thank you." Nicole
Kathleen shares encouragement through relatable stories of love, hope, grief, and struggles of daily living in a modern world through a Christian faith perspective.
Through her personal experience as a parent raising children with special needs, and grieving the death of her son, she shows understanding and compassion for the parent who is struggling, feeling isolated, and losing faith.
She and her husband have 3 adult children: A married daughter, one son still living at home, and one medically complex non-verbal son now dancing in heaven with Jesus.
"Thank you for sharing this beautiful writing with me, I surely need it today. Some days are hard in this broken world, and please know your writings bring me peace." Elizabeth
"Thank you for this blog post. I sure needed to read this. Just yesterday, I cried the ugly cry for about two hours, wondering what I am doing, why do I think I have anything to say…etc. You
know how it goes. I am feeling better today. Bless you, my friend. This is a wonderful post! Keep doing what you are doing!" Patricia
Are you feeling stuck in grief, longing for wholeness, and wondering where to turn?
Regardless of the kind of loss you've suffered, God desires to comfort you with hope and healing as you navigate your journey of grief.
Navigating Grief - A Journey of Hope & Healing is a 31-day devotional that guides you to the spiritual healing your broken heart desires.
Kathleen Knapp invites you to journey one step at a time sharing how Jesus met her in the grief of losing two precious people: her mother to dementia and her son to an early death.
Through relatable Bible verses and personal stories, this interactive devotional encourages you to hope again and believe for healing.
We don't get over grief, but we learn to carry it as we too are carried in the strong arms of our good Shepherd.
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