Grief has its purpose….

brown wooden bench on green grass field during daytime

…but it also has its limit.

I am not going to say much on today’s blog about grief but this:

-The process of grieving cannot be rushed. But we must grieve our loss.

-There is an end to mourning. 

Tonight, Wednesday, May 18th, @ 7:00 pm, we start an on-line bible study for 6 weeks, titled, “After it Breaks, Rebuilding After Loss.”  

Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.  Matthew 5:4

If you are interested in the on-line class, register at  Group Details | Lakepointe Church

If you are needing prayer, please send your requests to us so that our prayer team can stand with you in prayer!

Tanya Magnus

Tanya Magnus

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