Acquainted With Grief

  No one taught me how to grieve. In my college fellowship years, it wasn’t a part of my discipleship program. I don’t remember a single talk or Bible study on the subject. I wouldn’t have been interested anyway. My goal, unstated as it was, was to avoid loss. At least, I believed that if I were Christian enough – then I wouldn’t feel losses. That is a ludicrous statement, of course. That’s why I left it unstated. But I pursued it nonetheless. I saw the Christian life as a… Continue reading Acquainted With Grief