When Melody’s 20-year-old daughter died instantly in a car accident, the only thought
that brought her comfort was that her child was now with Jesus. Learn how God gave
purpose to Melody’s grief and launched a passion for living with an eternal perspective.
Find purpose in the midst of loss.
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For Lavonne and Joe, the sudden death of their daughter caused them to reexamine what they had been taught about heaven. Do believers need to keep getting saved or is it a once-and-for-all proposition? For Jack and Leann, being heaven-bound was tied to being a faithful churchgoer. But was that enough to satisfy God? How to have the assurance of salvation and the hope of heaven.
The loss of a loved one, whether sudden or expected, can shake our faith. Yet God can transform even moments of grief into reasons for hope. Learn how a fatal ski accident became a source of faith for many.
Find out more of what the Bible says about “Life After Loss: Grieving With Hope.”
We would like to thank KQCV…
The loss of a loved one, whether sudden or expected, has the power to shake our faith. Yet, even in the midst of tragedy and sorrow we can have hope because of salvation in Jesus Christ. You’ll be encouraged by this inspiring story as one family recounts how God used their son’s death to minister to those around him.
What if you were faced with the difficult decision of giving up your job to become a primary caregiver for an elderly family member—could you do it? Glenn found that even as he cared for his mother as she suffered from Alzheimer’s, he had a new hope and strength in the Lord. Discover Glenn’s powerful story of caregiving and faith.
When Melody’s twenty-year-old daughter died instantly in a car accident, the only thought that brought her comfort was that her little girl was now with Jesus. Don’t miss hearing how Melody learned to trust God in the midst of overwhelming tragedy.
We would like to thank KTIS Radio in St. Paul, Minnesota, for partnering with us on this week’s story.
Is Heaven your destination? If you’re not certain, this edition of “Words To Live By” can help you know for sure . . .