I also guest posted at ChristianMommas.com about how to lead our kiddos (and ourselves) through grief. Here is an excerpt:

“Telling my 5 year old son that his baby brother or sister had died and was no longer growing in my belly was one of the most heartbreaking things I have ever done. Telling him that his uncle died just a few months later, and attending the funeral was a close second. Coming home from the funeral to find that our beloved family pet, Bloo (the blue Beta fish), had passed while we were gone was salt in our wounds.
How do we lead our children through grief?
How do we help them grieve in a way that moves them toward healing while we are suffering our own traumatic loss?”

Continue reading the rest of this post here.

Is there a specific emotion or experience you would like to explore in the context of our spirituality and relationship with Jesus? Let me know in the comments!

Published by Sara Hall

Hi! My name is Sara. I'm a minister, author, and counselor in Oklahoma. I help people overcome the emotional barriers that prevent them from having their best possible relationships with God and others by helping people discover practical ways to apply Scripture to their everyday lives. My husband, Steven, and I have been married 15 years and we have two sons. We also own and operate a company called ModScenes.com which serves churches and businesses with modular stage backdrops for their services and events!

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