Grief and Loss


Martha, Can You Believe?

Brenda Spina, M.S., LMFT, LPC

Martha was unique in her refusal to not question God. She pursued Jesus in hope of receiving answers and comfort in...

Allowing Grief

Brenda Spina, M.S., LMFT, LPC

Resisting the existence of grief robs us of the comfort available in our relationship with the Lord. A brief example...

When Bereavement and Holidays Walk Together

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Roles and traditions between family members, especially during the holidays, can be altered when a loved one dies...

Traumatic Loss and Uncommon Grace

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Utilizes truths gleaned from the story of the Good Samaritan to help families cope with traumatic loss.

Childlike Needs in Adult Losses

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Author's experience of a brother dying of AIDS portrays how Christ brings commfort through filling unmet childhood...

Redeeming Our Life Stories: Narrative Family Therapy

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Our lifetime experiences can have positive and negative impacts on us. Narrative Family Therapy can be a tool in...

Trusting God in Trials and Sorrow

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Article depicts, through a teenager's story, how Christ will not delay his provision, safety, strength, and love...

Lord Emmanuel

Mary Lambrecht, M.S. LMFT

Article describes in poetic form how God will dwell with us ande not forsake us in uncertain or tragic times.

Grieving As An Act of Reconciliation

Suzan Myhre, M.S.S.W., LICSW, LPC

This article addresses grieving in light of a process of reconciliation instead of a one action decision of acceptance.

Marital Disloyalty

Suzan Myhre, M.S.S.W., LICSW, LPC

This article addresses the process of how marital disloyalty begins or continues.