Ron Deal and Michelle Hill talk about the grieving process and how to care for yourself and others you know who may be grieving. We’ll also hear from Matthew Arbo and Jonathan Edwards on FamilyLife This Week.
Jonathan Edwards (M.Div, Th.M) has served churches in various roles for over 10 years, from music and creative arts/graphic design to serving and equipping college students. He recently served as the Director of Curriculum for Docent Group, where he also served as a lead writer. His writing has been featured on Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, the ERLC, Christ & Pop Culture, and Relevant Magazine. He is the author of Left: Making Sense of Life When a Parent Leaves (Rainer Publishing, 2016). Currently, he and his wife live in Durham, North Carolina, where he leads a tech startup focused on redeeming the value and use of social media in everyday life. Follow him on social platforms at @NotThePuritan.
Suffering in Silence
Jonathan Edwards gives keen insight into the reality of what occurs in the life and heart of a child when a parent chooses to leave the family through divorce.
Holes: The High Cost of Leaving
When Jonathan Edwards’ father left, his absence left a giant hole in the hearts of his family members. As Edwards admits, “There is a different pain that comes from being left.”