The lessons learned from loss instill in us greater understanding of pain, empathy, and compassion. As we reach out with experience and understanding to help others who are suffering we often find additional personal healing and a new found purpose in life after loss. Reaching out to help others helps to prepare us to move forward.
Chi Hong Wong
From the Editors Desk
Rather than focus on her medical condition, Brittany has found comfort in serving others and trusting in the Lord. Her example has lifted countless others.
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