The experience of my daughter, Holly, dying recently has led me to think more about grief, Many well meaning people suggest that grieving is something needs to take place, to be allowed to run its course, and in some way we should not be to concerned or worried about redirecting it. Is this true? Can grief go wrong? As I observe the grieving of my family, I find myself asking, are they OK? Do they need help? What direction should be given? For me, I hope and pray that through the process my family draw nearer to God. How can we encourage those who grieve to draw near to God?
Those who have read through my posts related to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), will likely conclude that I have concerns about its use. In my posting, IVF – Be Informed, after giving a basic description of what happens in IVF, I post the question, “Should we head down such a path or recommend it to others?”
Recently LifeSiteNews reported on the passing of a law that provides the Polish Government’s answer to this question. LifeSite News reports on IVF law in Poland (Dec 7, 2015)