Life is Fragile, People Matter

Life is Fragile, People Matter

Life is Fragile, People Matter

My friend Susan’s life was shattered. She had brought two beautiful sons into the world. Nothing could prepare her for loss of her son Kyle to a drug overdose. No mother or father expects to bury their child. The depth of loss drove Susan to her own healing journey to find God’s restoration. Watch Susan’s brief video testimony:

Healing Journey

God leads everyone of us on a healing journey at one point in our lives. Everyone’s journey is different, because we grieve differently.

In the broken, dark moments of our lives we have trouble even taking care of ourselves. We have to choose to respect the unique ways that people walk through their grief. No one knows how the other person feels. It is only Jesus who goes down to the darkest places of our lives.

From Grief to Grace

The wonderful promise of Jesus, is that He is able to take us from grief to grace. He shines the brightest lights in the darkest moments. You don’t realize how terrible loss can be. But we all experience it grief.

We don’t have to wallow in grief. We need the time to seek God’s light to walk into a graceful spot. God can take us out of any crises, no matter how difficult it is!

Dance With Jesus

Dancing with Jesus

We can dance with Jesus at any point in our lives. Often we think about dancing when we are happy. But we can dance our way out of sorrow into His joy. It doesn’t mean that everything in our lives will ever be perfect. Our joy finds it’s place dancing in the arms of Jesus, the only perfect ONE.

Life is fragile, people matter If you would like a FREE BOOK by Susan B Mead called “Dance with Jesus” write a comment below. Two people will be chosen to receive a copy of her book. The drawing will take place by Monday, August 3rd.


 

Author, Speaker, and Pastor

SUE DETWEILER is a mother of six, author, speaker, radio host, and pastor with over 25 years of experience in leadership, ministry and education. Sue and her husband Wayne have recently relocated to the North Dallas Texas area to plant and pastor Life Bridge Church.

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  • God’s at work in all of us… He’s the only ONE that can truly know how each of us individually feel during times of grief.

  • Dale

    Constantly talking to my best friend God. He is the only one who knows what I’m experiencing. Chin up moving forward.

    • Thanks for sharing Dale. You are in my prayers today.

    • Dale, you are one of the winners of Susan’s book! Send me an email of your name and address and we will send it to you! Email me at info@suedetweiler.com.

  • Sue, so happy to visit with you today, Love! I love just Susan! She is such an inspiration, as are you! Peace and many blessings to you, Dear One! 🙂

  • Susan Burfoot Mead

    You bless me, Sue. Humbled. honored. supported. loved. Thank you.

    • Susan, I’m so proud of you! You are using your story to make a difference in the lives of others!

  • Deborah Will

    Oh Susan bless your heart. We lost a nephew to a drug overdose so have seen the pain in our family. I can’t wait to meet you this weekend at Declare and would love the book.

  • Stacey Thureen

    Beautiful words and testimony. Thank you for being so gracious and courageous in sharing from the depths of your heart and soul.

  • Mary

    Thank you for the beautiful review of Susan’s book and her testimony to moving through grief as if in a dance. Have a blessed day!

    • Mary, you are one of the winners of Susan’s book! Send me an email of your name and address and we will send it to you! Email me at info@suedetweiler.com.

  • Meg Gemelli

    Wonderful words for a kind, encouraging lady. I so look forward to getting into this book! Thanks Sue:)

  • Julie D.

    This book looks so encouraging. Such a beautiful testimony from Susan…I can’t imagine her grief. Thank you for sharing this and also for doing the giveaway.

    • You’re welcome! God’s at work helping all of us who call on His name. 🙂

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