Walking Through Tragedy With Victory

A Study Guide for Grief, Loss, and Healing
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When tragedy strikes, we question everything. Tragedy shakes the foundation of our world and beliefs. We hope this book encourages those in the midst of tragedy. Drawn from our personal loss and the following meditation on Scripture, we offer nine principles that deeply encouraged us.

Grief never ends, it only gets easier. We cannot promise that this book will end your grief. We can only promise that God’s Word does not return void (Isaiah 55:11) and “Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him.” (Proverbs 30:5, NIV).

With this study guide you will explore, engage, and examine each of the Nine Principles of Walking Through Tragedy with Victory.

About the Authors

Sheryl Stephens

Sheryl Stephens

Founder and President of Our City Cares

Sheryl is the wife of Joe, and the mother of Dan, Ben, Jon, Isaac, Bethany, and Brianna. She is currently enjoying the season of empty nests and spoiling grandchildren. She is an entrepreneur at heart. After writing this book, she started a suicide prevention campaign and a non-profit called Our City Cares. The mission of Our City Cares is to unite communities to combat the tragedy of suicide. Sheryl is actively involved in women’s and prayer ministries at Grace Church in Camas, WA, and speaks for church audiences. She especially loves teaching the bible in the women’s bible studies. She also regularly speaks on the issues of suicide, tragedy, and the work that Our City Cares is doing.

Dan Stephens

Dan Stephens

Founder / Executive Director / Counselor at Restored Life Counseling

Dan is the husband of Skylar and the father of Keaton and Sawyer. He is a writer and a Nationally Certified Counselor. He is also the founder of Restored Life Counseling, a faith based, nonprofit counseling and research center specializing in helping people overcome porn addiction, sex addiction, infidelity, or betrayal trauma. He also speaks for churches, schools, and small businesses on the connections between mental health, relationships, productivity, and leadership.