Kris Munsch is the founder of The Birdhouse Project. After the death of his son Blake in 2005, Kris developed The Birdhouse Project as a tangible metaphor to help people rebuild their lives. Drawing on his experience as a wood shop teacher, and realizing the value of allowing people to participate in the learning process […]
Steve Smith serves the community of Placer, Sacramento, Yolo and El Dorado counties as a Chaplain with Green Valley Hospice. He journeys with people during their last stage in life as well as with families who are adjusting to life without their loved one. His passion is to help us experience a healthy grief journey.
At the age of 16, Cathy A Kurtz‘s mom, dad, oldest brother and his wife died in a private plane crash. She was left in the care of her surviving brother then in college and not interested in raising his younger teenage sister. Thirteen years later, her brother, her only surviving family member, died of […]
Many years have passed since Kay Bevington’s only child Rhonda died. As seasoned grievers, she and her husband Rodney have to think of some important end of life issues. With no surviving children, who will receive their heirlooms? And who will manage their estate? Listen as Kay shares valuable advice.
Laura Wayman focuses on Dementia Awareness helping people understand this devastating, and terminal, disease.
You’ll be encouraged when you hear principles that will help you overcome despair as you focus on hope rather than discouragement. Pastor Johnston shares insight from his book, HQ, Hope Quotient.
When popular songwriter and recording artist, Lisa Daggs, came to understand the importance of forgiveness toward others who had negatively impacted her life, she was able to move forward to experience joy in living. Listen as Lisa shares her story.
Dr. H. Norman Wright helps us understand the value of the grieving process as he shares insights on many aspects of grief, such as depression, complicated and unresolved grief, and compounded loss.
Gil Steiglitz and Ron discuss Old Testament scriptures that answer the question, “Does God Have Emotions?”
Dr. H. Norman Wright talks about what to do when we are hit with multiple losses, referred to as “compounded loss,” and the importance of dealing with each individual loss. He shares tools to help us do this.