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All articles & reviews tagged with grief

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December 2019
Reviews > Book

My Sunflower Girl

This is a heartfelt but reflective account of events leading to the death of Dyfan Williams’s 10-year-old daughter Megan, and the subsequent slow road to recovery. The reader is invited to walk with him and Caroline through their personal valley of death as he recounts Megan’s 10 days in hospital before she was taken…

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Article

September 2012
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Learning to be a Christian widow

After my husband died, I remembered something which happened many years earlier. We were newly married and visiting people my husband knew well, when the lady said something to me I never forgot. She was fifty-something, had teenage children and her husband had just left his pastorate of 20 years. The family was in…

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November 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

Let go of your baby

There are some people who seem to be able to handle problems and difficulties reasonably well. Others fall to pieces and do not know where to turn when suffering or adversity come upon them. One thing is sure, every true believer will have to face trials at some time or other during his Christian…

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June 1995
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

When children die

The day before Good Friday six-year-old Dafydd Elwyn Davies was walking with his mother Rhiain on the banks of the river Towy near Carmarthen when he fell in and was drowned. He was partly named after his grandfather, the former secretary of the Evangelical Movement of Wales. Dafydd's family are members of the Welsh…

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