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Never Ceasing: God’s Faithfulness in Grief

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When your child dies, who can you turn to for help in your grief? How do you bear the terrible pain? Where can you find assurance that, yes, you will get through this? Never Ceasing: God’s Faithfulness in Grief is one mother’s testimony of God’s faithful care after the death of her son in a car crash the evening before his twenty-first birthday. This book looks unflinchingly at the issues bereaved parents often wrestle with and offers solid answers based on God’s Word, the Holy Bible:

•       What if I’m not sure my child went to Heaven?

•       What to do with anger

•       Should I try to contact my child through a psychic medium?

•       Why did this happen? Am I being punished?

•       What good is prayer when bad things happen, anyway?

•       Why should I trust God when He didn’t protect my child?

•       When prayer is hard and going to church is harder.

•       Where can I find strength to go on?

Never Ceasing: God’s Faithfulness in Grief shines with hope, comfort and encouragement anchored in the facts of who God is and what He has (and has not) promised. This book is for anyone who has suffered loss and is seeking God’s truth about sorrow, life after death, the sovereignty of God and His unceasing love for us. Kim shares from her heart, each page overflowing with solid assurance that God is good and that He can be trusted.

About the Author

Kim Nolywaika grew up in New York and Florida before going west at twenty-five. Before her marriage, she worked as a counselor for abused children at a therapeutic wilderness camp in the Florida Everglades and as a teachers’ assistant at a private school for troubled children in San Diego. She and her husband have lived in Alaska since 1989 and have four grown children.

Reader comments:

“… a beautiful witness of the goodness of our God.”

“… captivating–and saturated in truth.”

“… powerful, beautiful, profound.”