The Undistracted Widow - Living for God after Losing Your Husband
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About The Undistracted Widow
Writing from a biblical perspective, Carol Cornish helps readers to discover how God is working in the midst of the deep distress of losing a spouse. She provides the reader with direction in finding true and lasting comfort in Christ. Cornish, who lost her husband of 38 years to lung cancer, encourages widows to use their widowhood for God’s glory. Ministry to widows needs to be a priority for Christian communities, and Cornish equips churches, families, and friends to come alongside those mourning the loss of a spouse.
The Undistracted Widow includes sections to help widows find renewed identity and purpose. Cornish helps readers trust in God, manage emotions, learn from both biblical and contemporary widows, rethink the past, present, and future, and prepare for what’s next. Pastors, churches, and others will benefit from practical appendices. Any woman who is grieving the loss of her husband, or who knows of someone in mourning, will find this to be a valuable resource.
“I read Carol's book because I knew her before Rollie died. I was confident that whatever she wrote about being a widow would be clear, practical, and filled with wonderful encouragement to keep turning to Jesus, and it was all that and more. My plan was to pass the book on to a widow, which I will still do, but now I will be sure to have a copy handy. It is a one-stop book that is as relevant to widowers as it is to widows. Neither my wife nor I are in those categories yet, but one of us will probably be there someday, and I want her book to be close by.”
Edward T. Welch, Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling & Education Foundation
“Carol Cornish has written more than a book about how to be a godly widow; Carol has compiled a comprehensive manual addressing all aspects of widowhood while maintaining a razor-like focus on the matchless insights found solely in the Word of God. For the widow searching through her grief for God, Carol becomes what she suggests every widow should look for: “a living road map,” pointing unswervingly to God’s wisdom and love as revealed in his unfailing Word.”
Patti McCarthy Broderick, Christian counselor; author, He Said, "Press"