Dying of Embarrassment-- & Living to Tell about it

Front Cover
Bethany House, 1988 - Religion - 208 pages
0 Reviews
Thirteen weeks of challenging and inspiring readings for teens promise to build foundations for new patterns of thinking and action, freedom and play.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

How to Use This Book
17
A Tale of Two Apple Blossoms
24
Just Cant Change
30
Copyright

26 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1988)

LORRAINE PETERSON graduated from North Park College with a major in history and has taught at junior high and high schools in Illinois and Minnesota as well as at American schools in Quito, Ecuador, and Guadalajara, Mexico. Lorraine currently resides in Juarez, Mexico, where she works with young people and is developing a Spanish youth curriculum. Besides teaching, she also has a gift for ministering to people who have recently experienced the death of a loved one. By analyzing the ways she and her friends have handled grief, Lorraine has discovered how the time-tested words of Scripture apply to dealing with the emotions evoked by grief. Lorraine is one of the authors interviewed on the video course called 'Grief Share' (www.griefshare.org) which is sponsored by Church Iniciative (1-800-395-5755).Restore My Soul, a Grief Companion, is also availabe in Spanish from Editorial Mundo Hispano: Apdo. Postal (Box) 4256, El Paso, Texas, 79914.

Bibliographic information