How to recover from loss and grief

Dr. Grant Mullen Relationships 1 Comment

Have you experienced a major loss?

It could be through the death of a loved one, a broken relationship or losing a job.

These life shaking events can derail you or draw you closer to a loving Father waiting to embrace you.

This week we have a special guest and long time friend, Trisha Frost. She and her late husband Jack started Shiloh Place Ministries. Its purpose is to help you encounter God’s love, repair your heart and redeem your story.

She has just written a new book, Experiencing the Father’s Embrace through Loss and Grief. In this interview she tells her story of how God led her though loss and grief and how this book will encourage you through any experience of significant loss. 

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Click here to learn more about Shiloh Place Ministries.

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  1. Hi Grant and Cathy,
    It was so good to hear Trisha speak of her loss of Jack and some of how life has been since then. My John died 6 years ago unexpectedly and I, like her, wanted to experience my grief, not suppress it. Experiencing the painful parts grows less as the years pass, but it can come up when I least expect it!
    I realized that I had to learn to live life as a single person. Ever since I was 21, I had been married. I really had to discover who I was without him. What did I like? What did I want to do? In that 1st year, God really embraced me and because of that, I was OK (much of the time). I want to keep his memory alive in me and in my children and grandchildren, so sometimes I bring him into a conversation that leads to sharing about him among us. I am so grateful for the years we had together, even through the arguments and misunderstandings. For the last ten years or so, we had a great marriage.
    I am happy with who I am now, and grateful to God and friends who continue to support me.
    You may be wondering, Why am I telling you this? Because you brought it up with your interview with Trisha. So, who better to tell? Thanks for “listening”.
    Much Love, Pat Yuill

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