After Nathaniel: From the Shadows of Tragedy to Healing

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WinePress Publishing, 2011 - Bereavement - 148 pages
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Two things I knew with absolute certainty: First, I was falling apart. The brother I'd relied on so heavily had vanished. And second, there would never come a moment when I'd understand why I'd been set on this journey. Kristina Clemens is both candid and transparent as she shares the story of her journey through the blackness of tragedy to God-given peace and recounts her struggle to redefine normal in the aftermath of heartbreaking circumstances. Through her personal experience, the author invites you to discover how she: relinquished her fear of abandonment embraced the truth that God's love is permanent and irreversible surrendered to the awe-inspiring power of belonging to an intimate God Delve into this captivating story of how God used pain and brokenness to bring Kristina out of the shadows of grief into a place of tranquility she never imagined existed. Her poignant and touching account of loss, deep suffering, and eventual recovery, demonstrates and proves the opulence of God's grace even in the midst of life's darkest moments. For more information visit www.afternathaniel.blogspot.com
 

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Contents

1 The Night Before
1
2 The Last Day of Normal
3
3 The Morning After
17
4 The Edge of Freefall
21
5 An Unfortunate Meeting of Reality and Impossibility
29
6 We Are Family
35
7 Memories Just Keep Coming
53
8 Nothing Is Normal Anymore
63
9 Of Pain and Guilt and Shame
77
10 Belonging
85
11 Redefining Normal
99
12 Choose Something Like a Star
105
13 The Life After
113
Appendix
115
Truths from Scripture to Conquer the Giants
123
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