As I look at Job’s longing for death, I note three important safeguards, which may have kept him alive long enough for him to recover. 1. Job’s family. Although she chided him at the beginning, Job’s wife stood by him … Continue reading →
According to recent media reports, military deaths from suicide this year surged to an average of 1 per day. That rate exceeds previous years by many percentage points. As a result, our military leaders have expressed concern. “He was so … Continue reading →
When a doctor holds “hard knowledge” of a patient’s true condition, he or she feels a burden. “Sometimes I’ll take a chart and look at the imaging and everything’s worse and the numbers are worse,” one doctor said. “I have to … Continue reading →
Through writing, teaching, preaching, and the Internet, this ministry fosters transformation of lives wounded by tragedy. Dr. Grose uses his over 40 years of pastoral and counseling experience to present a biblical model of transformation in the story of Job.