A Grief Unveiled: One Father's Journey
Through the Loss of a Child

Gregory Floyd, Thomas Howard

Synopsis

It was a lazy afternoon in April, 1995, when the unthinkable happened. Six-year-old John-Paul, the youngest son of Gregory and Maureen Floyd was playing in the front lawn with his brother David when both were struck by an out-of-control car. Rushed to separate hospitals, David survived with bruises, but John-Paul died instantly. In A Grief Unveiled, Floyd reveals his heart-breaking journey through the sorrow of losing a young child, as he deals not only with his own broken heart, but also with the struggle to reconstruct his role as husband, father, and protector. With rare candor, Floyd captures the almost indescribable moments of pain as well as the palpable moments of grace as he openly shares his struggle with the theological why's and the personal emotions that question the goodness of God. This book is a witness to the intimate presence of God in the midst of unbearable loss offering hope to all who struggle.

 

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