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Loss is by far one of the most painful things we will all experience at some point in our lives. In this course, Dr. Ron Welch asserts that grieving a loss is normal and that there is no right way to grieve. He will help you identify and apply biblical principles that will assist you in moving beyond your grief to a point where you can have hope for the future. Above all else, the primary concern of this course is that you walk away knowing that in every circumstance, God is present, God loves you, and is with you.
Please note: This course covers various types of loss, including the past and ongoing effects of the COVID pandemic, during which time these lectures were filmed.
This course is provided by Denver Seminary Faculty (denverseminary.edu).
- Identify different types of loss.
- Understand why loss is so difficult and some of the questions it raises about God and our relationship to Him.
- Identify the symptoms and stages of grief and know that there is no right way to grieve.
- Recognize the importance of connecting with others during your grief.
- Articulate the unique challenges of coping with loss presented by the COVID pandemic.
- Identify specific actions you can take to find hope and move forward past your grief.
- Explain the importance of placing trust in God during times of loss.
- Know that God loves you and is always with you.
Loved the course.Gary, New Zealand
The Lecturer was clear and concise. The material was very interesting.Sharon, United States (US)
The course information was well presented with up-to-date information and knowledge valuable to me and my family members. Thank you, Dr. Welch.Merle, Canada
I enjoyed Dr. Ron Welch who gave the lectures. The course helped me to understand why my daughter has struggled so much from losing her Dad. It’s also has given me new knowledge about Grief and Loss. A very helpful and enjoyable course.
It validated my experiences in coping with loss and clarified how people could cope with the various kinds of loss in gaining strength to have a stronger relationship in God.Elaine, Canada