A Review by Richard B. Gilbert, A.B.,M.Div,FAAGC, CPBC
Founding Director, Connections – Spiritual Links
. . . one of the most helpful pastoral looks at spirituality,
especially for the bereaved, that I have ever read.
Fasten your seat belts. Grab on to a good friend and all of your inner resources, for this book is not an easy read. Almost like a soap opera with every page a cliffhanger, this book is one of the most overwhelming, yet persuasively caring books I have every read. Most of all, even in its occasional brutal honesty, it is one of the most helpful pastoral looks at spirituality, especially for the bereaved, that I have ever read. [Read more]
A Review by Wayne L. Sanford
Family Services Counselor
. . . one of the most extraordinary journeys of my life.
Recently, while vacationing, I read the book God Will Teach Me to Fly by Joanetta Hendel. For some time I have searched for reading material that addresses the subjects of grief, bereavement, and how individuals deal with adversity. Ms. Hendel suggested her book, saying it might answer several of my questions and concerns. She also added that her book might prove distressing. “Some who read it,” she said, “find it difficult and even impossible to complete.” [Read more]