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"Find Joy in Mourning an Inspirational Book by Angela Dockter-Harris"
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Angela A. Dockter-Harris guides readers to healing after loss in her new book released nationwide, titled Dance in the Rain: His Joy Comes in the Mourning.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, this journal and Bible study was created for anyone who has lost someone, or is currently facing a loss, such as in the case of a terminal illness, through death or a broken or strained relationship. Presented in two-parts, Dance in the Rain allows readers to personalize this book by personalizing the journal with memories of the person they love and memories they will treasure forever on the journey to ultimate healing in Christ. Part-two is a bible study which guides the reader through common emotions many face in such times: anger, sorrow, acceptance, and addresses the issue of eternal life.
Dance in the Rain presents a great tool for pastors, youth pastors, Christian counselors, grief counselors, hospice, chaplains, lay people, pre or post military-deployment, hospitals, and more, to open dialogue on loss. Appropriate for teens with some guidance, up thru adult. Applicable in many different grief, sorrow, or loss situations.
The book is available at any bookstore nationwide or can be ordered through the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com, or target.com. ISBN-10 160604513x, or ISBN-13 978-1606045138.
Angela A. Dockter-Harris has a Bachelor's degree in social work and is also a Certified Nutritional Consultant. She has been married to her husband, David, an electrical contractor, and member of the United States Air Force, for 15 years and they have two children: Megan and Matthew.