Grief is a very lonely experience. The fact that my spouse may be grieving differently than I am, on a different time-table, or seemingly not at all, only adds to that loneliness. How can married couples grieve in a way that serves to draw them together rather than push them apart? We’ll consider how we can give grace to each other, encourage each other, and embrace gospel hope together in the midst of loss.
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