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Living with Hope

The Living with Hope series provides comfort, companionship, wisdom—and hope—for individuals dealing with life’s struggles and offers guidance for clergy, family, and others who care for them. It is an essential library of accessible and artful books to help individuals and pastors deal with issues of unemployment, chronic illness, parenting, or the pain of broken relationships. Written for both individual readers and pastoral care providers, the series presents compassionate, emotionally honest guidance through authentic insight and personal narratives.

Books

Carrying Them with Us: Living through Pregnancy or Infant Loss
Release date: February 1, 2019

Carrying Them with Us: Living through Pregnancy and Infant Loss is a reflection on what pastors David M. Engelstad and Catherine A. Malotky have learned ...

When Trauma Wounds: Pathways to Healing and Hope
Release date: February 1, 2019

In When Trauma Wounds, psychologist Karen A. McClintock combines psychological approaches with faith resources to improve trauma recovery. Whether you have experienced trauma or are ...

A Grief Received: What to Do When Loss Leaves You Empty Handed
JL Gerhardt (Author)
Release date: February 1, 2019

In A Grief Received, JL Gerhardt offers a personal, authentic, and practical approach to weathering grief with hope. Writing with deep insight, she draws on ...

Addiction and Recovery: A Spiritual Pilgrimage
Release date: February 1, 2019

In Addiction and Recovery: A Spiritual Pilgrimage, Martha Postlethwaite—pastor of The Recovery Church in St. Paul, Minnesota, and a person in recovery—reflects on her pilgrimage ...

Lynne M. Baab (Author)
Release date: August 1, 2018

Trends and skills for those who offer pastoral care

Christian pastoral care has changed a great deal in the past few decades in response to ...

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