The emotional aspect of a funeral is the act of saying goodbye, or finding closure. People often feel that they were unable to say goodbye or let that person know how much they meant to them. A funeral should give an individual an opportunity to feel closure and to express these thoughts and feelings.
A funeral service tends to leave family and friends sad, depressed, disconnected, and lonely. A funeral should help create a sense of balance and acceptance for those who are grieving. Ideally, it should help move them from a sad, unaccepting state to a more peaceful and understanding mindset. The Comfort Gift Box will help do just that.
The Comfort Gift Box will help release the sorrow they will feel. The books in the box will provide the opportunity for the grieved to release the sorrow through prayer and scripture. The loss of a loved one causes many family members to draw near to God.
The Comfort Gift Box consists of a bundle of 50 books:
Thy Will Be Done Adult Prayer Journal (5)
Thy Will Be Done Child's Prayer Journal (5)
Thy Will Be Done Mini Prayer Journal (35)
Senior Hues Peace Workbook (5)
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As a funeral director, I believe our biggest value is the ability to create a healing environment where people can come together for a memorable experience.
You will now help foster that.
Survey says some who preside over death ceremonies don't allow for any release of sorrow. In fact, the ceremony itself makes participants more sorrowful. The Comfort Gift Box will help release the sorrow they will feel.
A funeral service tends to leave family and friends sad, depressed, disconnected, and lonely. We want to change that.