An Invitation from Rev. Dean D. Ziegler
You were invited here because your sisters and brothers at Coraopolis United Methodist Church care about you and the loss of your loved one.
As a pastor that certainly includes me, but far more importantly, God loves you. God is always with us and has made eternal promises that sustain us in times of sorrow.
I'd like to recommend some resources that can help you day by day along your journey of loss and healing.
First, there's music. Many thousands of people across America have found Henry Wiens' soothing piano music to be profoundly comforting.
Second, there's wisdom for the journey. As you scroll down this page, you'll find professionally produced grief support videos. Many people find this type of guidance invaluable at various points along the way. Whether sooner or later, that's up to you.
About Pianist Henry Wiens
Henry has been involved in music ministry since the age of 13 when he began accompanying congregational singing in his pastor/father's Upper Michigan church.
His gentle healing music is now widely known and loved via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and Spotify.
Please select music by clicking on the albums below. In addition to many traditional and contemporary hymns, the albums feature other themes: inspirational, classical, patriotic and Christmas.
You may find "one song that brings back a thousand memories..."
How to Survive The Loss Of A Parent: A Guide for Adults by Lois F. Akner
Meditations For Grieving Widows by Ellen Sue Stern
Be Strong For me: A Young Widower Remembers by Mark Adkino (audio cassette)
Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief by David Kessler
The Art of Losing: Poems of Grief and Healing, edited by Kevin Young
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