Time To Say Goodbye Paperback Book Paperback

Steps in Learning to Grieve

by Barbara Pymm

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Time To Say Goodbye Paperback Book

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The author Barbara Pymm suffered many bereavements from an early age, starting with the death of her mother when aged eight, which affected her developing personality.
The multiple bereavements which so deeply hurt her have also been the method by which God has chosen to work change and redemption into her.
• This is a deeply moving and profound story of personal transformation
• An honest portrayal of those often hidden feelings in grief
• Gives insights and comfort for the grieving and encouragement for all
“Barbara writes movingly and with a touching honesty about death…She has learnt many lessons and will I am sure bring wisdom, strength and above all faith into the lives of many of us.” Steve Clifford, General Director, Evangelical Alliance
“This is a rare glimpse into the vacuum and pain experienced through loss. This publication could be a source of comfort, strength and hope.” Gerald and Anona Coates
160 pages

Time To Say Goodbye Paperback Book by Barbara Pymm was published by Roper Penberthy in May 2012 and is our 24331st best seller. The ISBN for Time To Say Goodbye Paperback Book is 9781903905739.

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Details for Time To Say Goodbye Paperback Book

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherRoper Penberthy (May 2012)
Number of Pages160
Thickness9 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code4049323
Page last updated 27th March 2019
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