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A Grief Unveiled - One Father's Journey Through the Death of a Child

Item Number: 58212

Catalog Code: 15572521579-DI5-DIS

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Grief Unveiled

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Gregory Floyd's autobiographical journey through grief after the tragic death of his youngest son recounts the full impact of such a loss on a Christian family. Floyd allows the reader into his heart as he grapples with the interior emotions that question the goodness of God in the midst of unbearable grief. With honesty and candor, this loving father openly reveals the depths of his pain as he struggles to maintain his faith and provide leadership for the rest of his family.

Ultimately a story of profound hope and healing, A Grief Unveiled offers encouragement and empathy not only to those who have experienced the agony of parental bereavement, but to anyone who has suffered a loss.

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This item received 5 stars overall. A Grief Unveiled is not just a book about grief; it is a book about the meaning of suffering.

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Gregory and Maureen Floyd were a happily married couple richly blessed with a deep spirituality, seven beautiful children, and innumerable friends. Then, in April 1995, six-year-old John-Paul Floyd was hit by a car on his family's front lawn and died instantly. In that moment, Gregory and Maureen Floyd were changed forever. A Grief Unveiled is a deeply moving account of Gregory Floyd's passage through grief in the first year following the death of his son. The spiritual nature of this memoir makes it a work that reaches beyond particular circumstance into the hearts, souls, and sufferings of Christians everywhere. Floyd tests the depths of human anguish and the heights of theological mystery with equal skill and candor in this unforgettable tale of love and sorrow.


The book opens with the story of John-Paul's death - the accident, the hospital scene, the pronouncement of death, the good byes, the wake, and the funeral. The reader is Full Review...

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