Praise for When Losses Become Legacies

“A type of resurrection awaits you in these pages.”
—Dr. Mollie Bond, professor, nonprofit professional, and author of Hopelessly Hopeful During Separation

“The personal and heartfelt testimonies in When Losses Become Legacies beautifully exemplify how to turn ashes into beauty on the difficult paths each of us must walk.”
—Sandra Byrd, bestselling, award-winning author of The One Year Experiencing God’s Love Devotional

“Written from the pens of tender hearts that wisely seek to redeem every loss in the light of eternal hope found only in Jesus Christ. I recommend this book to anyone who is seeking hope in what may feel like a hopeless situation.”
—Dr. John C. Palmieri, pastor and coach at New Life Community Church, Chicago

“In their memoirs, Brunke and Cowan invite us to journey with them, bearing witness to grief and loss they have known. The testimonies are beautiful and sorrowful, inspirational and encouraging. Their losses are indeed legacies.”
—Nive Christodoss, licensed clinical professional counselor and certified clinical trauma professional at In Step Behavioral Health

“Brunke and Cowan have dared to engage our souls at the place where believers and doubters meet at the same agonizing intersection-suffering. . . . Their words and stories are compelling and filled with hope as we find our footing on the solid rock.”
—Tim Simpson, pastor of congregational care, Greenridge Baptist Church, Boyds, Maryland, and former president of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware

“Through true-life stories ranging from postpartum depression to grief associated with the loss of a relationship, a loved one, a dream, and beyond, these authors weave the silver and gold of hope and healing through Jesus Christ into otherwise dark and dismal landscapes.”
—Linda Brooks Davis, award-winning author of The Calling of Ella McFarland