All Shall Be Well Paperback
A Bereavement Anthology and Companion
by Alf McCreary; Joan Wilson;
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All Shall Be Well
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Joan Wilson has suffered not one but three devastating bereavements. Her daughter Marie died as a result of the notorious IRA bomb at the Remembrance Day parade in Enniskillen in 1987. Her father, Gordon Wilsons gentle words that night gripped the worlds media and he later received numerous humanitarian awards. Yet it was Joans quiet faith which held the family together through this agonizing time. Some time afterwards, their only son Peter was killed in a car crash, and this was to prove a final straw for Gordon who, already unwell, died suddenly at home.
Joan relates the story of each of these losses and has collected together some of the poems, prayers, Bible readings that helped her go on. Together with these are excerpts from the many hundreds of moving letters she received from around the world. Arranged in short sections, each dealing with a different phase of grief, this is a sympathetic book to lead all who are experiencing loss through the various stages of bereavement, step by gentle step. Full of kindness and wisdom, and offering friendship and support, it is a book to be dipped into time and time again.
All Shall Be Well by Alf McCreary; Joan Wilson was published by Canterbury Press in June 2008 and is our 17198th best seller. The ISBN for All Shall Be Well is 9781853119323.
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|Page last updated||11th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Alf McCreary; Joan Wilson|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||134|