From David L. Taylor, D. Min., Interim Dean, Faculty of Religion, Loma Linda University
This practical and profound treatise will definitely challenge the reader to view life differently, creatively, and from a renewed spiritual and clinical perspective concerning grief. It is a useful resource for pastors, individual families, small groups, bereavement groups, congregations, hospitals, hospice organizations, and even funeral parlors. In these pages Mike travels hand-in-hand with the hurting in the avenue of compassionate care, making himself vulnerable by sharing not only his personal journey but also the experiences of others that will greatly benefit the patients and professionals alike. Faith that Glows in the Dark helps to alleviate anguish by bringing spiritual encouragement to individuals and families experiencing grief in the wake of trauma and loss. As a pastor, counselor, and motivator, the author’s intuitive biblical reflections and practical experiential interactions skillfully present a fresh and effective approach at comforting those who hurt.
About the Author
Michael Mupfawa leads progressive multicultural churches in Southern California. He is a graduate of the J.N. Andrews University Theological Seminary in Michigan and has ministered internationally including Canada, Jamaica, Malaysia, Nigeria, the Philippines, Singapore, the Republic of South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Pastor Mike is married to his high school sweetheart, Lady Davidzo. Together they have been blessed with three children—Steffany, Sofia, and Seth.
Paperback. Copyright 2015. 246 pages.