What Matters with Becky Beck
I help those who grieve find hope and healing through Christ, so they can have peace and joy in those things which matter most.
Feeling alone on your grief journey?
Are you stuck in grief?
Would you like help processing your grief?
Ready to feel more hope and joy?
The Grief Cycle can help.
This short book may be just what you need to move forward and heal.
I enjoyed, so much, reading Becky Beck’s latest book, Finding Joy in The Grief Cycle. It has now been 22 years since we lost our first born daughter, at age 32, in the prime of her life. She had a very successful career, was engaged to be married, and seemed happier than she had ever been, but this beautiful life was snuffed out by a drunk driver. For more than three years I was full of hate for the young man who seemingly, without remorse or thought, chose to drive while intoxicated, killing our daughter. I wish I had this book back in 2001 as I was stuck in anger, depression, and denial. There are so many thoughts and feelings that this book ignites or will ignite in the reader, even when tragedy has numbed their senses. Even after 22 years, I experienced many tears as I read this book. Becky brings the Savior and His teachings to life, giving praise and adoration where it belongs. She has a special talent to put into words such deep and meaningful emotions and thoughts.
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Finding Joy in The Grief Cycle is short, thought provoking, and to the point. It is raw and real, yet full of hope. Each chapter contains helpful questions to ponder and simple invitations to act on to facilitate moving forward through the grief cycle. The principles discussed are based on scripture and beautifully express how anyone can invite Jesus into their grief, ultimately turning mourning and lamentation into joy through Him.
Finding Joy in The Grief Cycle is a very insightful look into dealing with one of the inevitable moments in life: the death of a loved one. As I’ve had the opportunity to bury both of my parents, my brother-in-law and my father-in-law I wish this well defined process of mourning and grief would have been available a few years ago. I highly recommend a serious reading and study of The Grief Cycle process to help make this time in our lives much easier for us to cope, heal, recover, and celebrate the lives of our loved ones.
Whether you are grieving the loss of someone you love, or any life experience that didn’t go as planned, stepping into The Grief Cycle offers you guidance and support so you can find peace, healing, and joy even through grief.
Very few of us make it through being a human without being beaten down by grief. It doesn't matter if your loss occurred last week, last month, or several years ago; you don't just "get over it." But you can "get through it.” You will be okay. You will move forward. And you will find joys you didn't realize were possible as you learn to embrace The Grief Cycle.
The Grief Cycle includes mourning, lamenting, gratitude, and celebrating. Each area supports each other, so you can access joy—no matter how difficult and heavy your current circumstance may be.
Are you a mother grieving the loss of your child?
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Joy in the Mourning: A Mother’s Guide to Finding Peace & Healing through Christ as she Grieves the Loss of her Child
Losing a child is devastating. In a moment, everything can spin out of your control.
You are not alone.
Find support and guidance through stories of hope and healing from other mothers who've lost children, along with simple tools to help you navigate your grief journey.Learn More
My grief journey began
the day Baby Kevin received his diagnosis. I was 20 weeks pregnant when doctors told me my son was incompatible with life. We declined the option to terminate the pregnancy and chose to let him live, however long that would be.
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