Mourning into Dancing by Walter Wangerin Jr.Mourning into Dancing by Walter Wangerin Jr.

Mourning into Dancing

byWalter Wangerin Jr.

Paperback | May 21, 1996

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"Death doesn't wait till the ends of our lives to meet us and to make an end," says Walter Wangerin. "Instead, we die a hundred times before we die; and all the little endings on the way are like a slowly growing echo of the final BANG!" Yet out of our many losses, our "little deaths," comes a truer recognition of life. It is found in our relationships with ourselves, with our world, with others, and with our Creator. This is the dancing that can come out of mourning: the hope of restored relationships. Mourning into Dancing defines the stages of grief, names the many kinds of loss we suffer, shows how to help the grief-stricken, gives a new vision of Christ's sacrifice, and shows how a loving God shares our grief. We learn from this book that the way to dancing is through the valley of mourning--that grief is a poignant reminder of the fullness of life Christ obtained for us through his resurrection. In the words of writer and critic John Timmerman, Mourning into Dancing "could well be the most important book you ever read."
Walter Wangerin Jr. is widely recognized as one of the most gifted writers writing today on the issues of faith and spirituality. Known for his bestselling Book of the Dun Cow, Wangerin’s writing voice is immediately recognizable, and his fans number in the millions. The author of over forty books including The Book of God, Wangerin ha...
Title:Mourning into DancingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8 × 5.1 × 0.8 inPublished:May 21, 1996

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310207657

ISBN - 13:9780310207658


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Through powerful stories and equally powerful insights, Wangerin defines our grief for what it is--our human response to the dozens of daily losses that afflict us. He shows that the way to dancing is through the valley of mourning, that grief is not so much an enemy as a reminder of the fullness of life that awaits us and is available even now