Tag: Grief

  • The Girl on the Tube

    The Girl on the Tube

    This is a touching and relatable story about growing up, finding a place to belong and learning to embrace our lives, even through the unexpected.

  • Born of Gilded Mountains

    Born of Gilded Mountains

    “A lost treasure. A riddled quest. The healing power of friendship.”

  • Just Be Honest

    Just Be Honest

    Clint’s book Just be Honest “is a rare treasure: a book on suffering I would actually dare to give someone in the midst of their pain. Heart-wrenchingly honest about how faith is no stranger to deep pain and how Scripture refuses to oversimplify the struggle with anguish in our souls, this book will connect to…

  • A Time To Mourn

    A Time To Mourn

    This is a book about how Christians can experience hope after the death of a non-believer, and it is so compelling and compassionately written that I would dare to give it to someone amid their grief. Our hope is found in the character of God as He reveals Himself in Scripture, and Dobbie’s examination of…

  • Not A Tame Lion

    Not A Tame Lion

    “By his words and his life, Lewis demonstrated the power of a life touched by a deep intellectual commitment to the truth of the gospel, and of an imagination energised by the glory of the Christian vision of reality.”

  • Not A Tame Lion

    Not A Tame Lion

    “The legacy Lewis left behind is a rich one indeed – a long list of books, which not only show evidence of a firm commitment to orthodoxy, but also a scintillating wit, a logical mind, and an ever-fresh imagination. He was a man who surrendered to God, was in love with life, and was ready…

  • The Words We Lost

    The Words We Lost

    “Three friends. Two broken promises. One missing manuscript.”

  • The Warsaw Sisters

    The Warsaw Sisters

    “No matter what we are asked to bear on earth, our days are in the hands of God.” – Amanda Barratt