Riches Stored in Secret Places

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Word Pub., 1994 - Bereavement - 151 pages
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When Verdell Davis's husband was killed in a plane crash as he returned home from a Focus on the Family retreat in 1987, God showed Himself to her in ways she had never seen before. Davis weaves the painful story of losing a loved one with beautiful poetry and heartfelt prayer. A unique gift-trimmed size book with classic cover art.

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This is the most outstanding and helpful book I've ever found for dealing with grief and loss. Truly priceless. ~ great expectations

Contents

The Darkness of Losing
1
The Treasures of Learning
47
The Riches of Growing
107
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About the author (1994)

Verdell Davis is not only an accomplished author and speaker, but also a long-time educational consultant. Before penning her timeless classic "Let Me Grieve But Not Forever", she was the headmistress of a private Christian school. She has also served on the boards of several organizations, including trustee Howard Payne University, and is currently on the board of SonScape Ministries and Caring People Network. Since leaving the field of education, she has spent time writing and speaking at Focus on the Family's Pastors' Wives Gathering, Praise Gathering with Bill and Gloria Gaither, and many other conferences, retreats, and seminars nationwide. After being widowed for fifteen years, Davis married the second love of her life, Bill Krisher, in 2002.

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