March 21, 2018

By Faith Episode #7: Kathy Litton on Grief and Loss

Each week this season on my By Faith podcast, I’m talking to someone who is walking forward by faith, many through difficult circumstances. We’re asking the question, “How does God meet us in our deepest, darkest pain and how does He turn that pain into beauty?”

Today my guest on the show is Kathy Litton. Kathy is a friend and a mentor to me. She's a pastor’s wife who lives in Mobile, Alabama, but she also travels all over the globe encouraging and helping pastor’s wives and church planting wives, which is how I first got to know her.  I’ve heard Kathy talk about the loss of her first husband, how she navigated immense grief, and how she is still navigating that grief.
I want you to hear her story because she talks about grief and loss in a way that we all can relate to, whether we’ve lost someone we love or life is simply not turning out how we thought it would. How do we face the most difficult things in life and come through on the other side with our faith intact? That’s what I wanted Kathy to help us think through and why I asked her to be on the show.

Listen below directly on my blog or on iTunes as Kathy addresses how suffering seems more than we deserve at times, how we can grieve and lament the hard parts of our lives, and also as she shares how her perspective on death has changed after losing her husband.


Links from the show
Nichole Nordeman's Every Season

Order Your Copy of Searching For Spring 

Register for the Enjoy the Word online conference

Subscribe to the "By Faith" Podcast

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