Meditations for the Grieving

By Richard L. Morgan

Meditations for the Grieving

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  • ISBN: 9781625640888
  • Pages: 80
  • Publication Date: 5/8/2013
  • Retail Price: $13.00
Web Price: $10.40
Web Price: $10.40

Meditations for the Grieving

By Richard L. Morgan

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PAPERBACK

  • ISBN: 9781625640888
  • Pages: 80
  • Publication Date: 5/8/2013
  • Retail Price: $13.00
Web Price: $10.40

Endorsements & Reviews-

"Richard Morgan equally blends Scripture, poetry, and prayer in ways that resonate with the souls of those who grieve. Pastors will find Meditations for the Grieving to be a valuable gift for those who are walking through the shadows of death. Additionally, Morgan provides a welcome resource for anyone who seeks to better understand the depths of our journey and welcome hope of a Word that provides light unto our path.''
--Dr. Donovan Drake, Senior Pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN

"I lost my grandfather and then my father within nine days of each other. People said many things to try to help ease the pain, and the pain of those around me. In spite of good intentions, words so often miss the mark. Meditations for the Grieving offered a kind of quiet solace, available when I sought it, but never imposing. Reflecting on how other people felt and acted in their times of loss helped me feel less isolated as I worked through my own loss.
--Brenda M. Sobata, MSW, Volunteer Coordinator, Redstone Highlands, Greenburg, PA

"Dr. Morgan can be trusted to offer honest, wise support to those experiencing loss. It is evident that he has listened well and offers Meditations for the Grieving as a healing touch. Grief is 'heavy,' but the reality of the pain is faced with the hope of future peace. Along with the daily meditations are poignant readings that bring moments of new recognition and sage advice. I have shared this book with a multitude of persons through my ministry as a local pastor and professional chaplain in hospice, retirement living communities and nursing homes. It can be used for bereavement support groups or other group settings. Those who meditate upon the words of this book will come to understand that nothing can separate them from the love of God.''
--Rev. Jim Ludwick, retired United Methodist clergyman and chaplain

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Richard L. Morgan

Bio(s)-

Richard L. Morgan is a volunteer in pastoral care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. He facilitates an Alzheimer's Support Group in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. At present he is a writer, and has written fifteen books in the field of Spirituality, Aging, Spiritual Care and Grief and Loss. His most recent books are: Meditations for the Grieving Settling In, and No Act of Love Is Ever Wasted: The Spirituality of Caring for Persons with Dementia. His Web site is http://richardmorganauthor.com where his blog, "View from 80," can be viewed.

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