Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

How to Survive the Worst That Can Happen

A Parent's Step by Step Guide to Healing After the Loss of a Child
By Sandy Peckinpah

Sandy Peckinpah has been through any parent's worst nightmare. Losing her son at the tender age of sixteen to an unexpected illness, within a day's time was not what she had ever thought about. The sadness and overwhelming grief that she had to deal with...

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Heal Your Broken Heart

By Michael Kane

"Heal Your Broken Heart", written by Michael Kane, is a must read book, for anyone dealing with the loss of a spouse, partner or friend. It deals caringly with the emotional pain caused by the sudden loss of a loved one. Michael skilfully propels the...

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How to Stand for your Marriage

Giving Hope to a Broken Generation
By Ess-Jee Rautenbach

"Stand For Your Marriage" reminds people of God’s intention for marriage. Marriage vows are a promise “until death do we part.” Scripture teaches us “what God has joined together let no man put asunder.” So why has marriage become disposable? It certainly isn’t the will...

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Haven's Heaven

A childrens book
By Katie Grant

Haven’s Heaven by Katie Grant is a wonderful little book that all parents should have in their child’s library. When Haven and her sister are ready for bed and their bedtime story, Haven has a question for her mother: If I let go of a...

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