Wilderness of Grief: Promise of Hope

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About The Author

Jean Arthur

Jean was married to Dave — the love of her life — for fifty-six years before he passed away — serving with him for fifty-five of those years in ministry and pastoring — she resides in Indiana with most of her family around her — two children and their families together with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren — each adding blessing and joy to her days — she has always had a love of decorating — practicing this in various renovations — making her home a beautiful sanctuary — she attended a grief retreat at Spark of Life after Dave’s passing — helping her to move forward in living — now she works for the foundation — giving her the opportunity to still help people — a perfect fit for her — she has always done some writing — but this is her first published work — God — family — and friends — continue to be the center of her life — a full life.

1 review for Wilderness of Grief: Promise of Hope

  1. Patricia Burns

    I was given this book by a relative after the recent passing of my husband of 41 years and thought that this was going to be another book taking about the stages of grief. I was totally wrong. The author’s experiences during her grieving process are exactly what I am experiencing now. I felt like she intimately knew my life history and how I was feeling day and night. Her references to God mirrored my conflicting feelings of how God will help me get through this grief process by trusting in his guidance. I am only in the beginning of my grieving, but, because of “Promise of Hope”, know that with faith and trust in God, II will not be alone through this uncharted journey. Thank you, Jean.

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