Grief Share

Date: Starts May 2, 2024

Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Where: Cornerstone Bible Church (869 Cole Dr. Lilburn, GA) in the RT Room

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Healing from loss is a journey. Everyone experiences grief differently. There’s no “right way” to grieve.

Feeling angry or full of regret? Are you depressed and wondering how to heal? Do you walk around in a mental fog? All this is normal. And while your grief journey is unique, you’ll find many grieving people are facing the same struggles. And others who’ve gone before you can help.


1. Grief cannot be rushed

You may wish you could bypass the difficult emotions or push down the pain. Or maybe others are pressuring you to “get up and move on.” But healing from grief and loss requires you to go through your grief. We have resources that can help you find relief and stability. 

2. Finding support is crucial

Grief is a journey that shouldn’t be traveled alone. You may feel like no one understands and be tempted to isolate, but as counselor David Bueno Martin says, “Healing happens in the context of finding others who can help you.” A GriefShare group is a safe place to find support.

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