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How Can I Help Myself and Others in Times of Grief?

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This small tract is designed to help a person experiencing grief know what they need to know. It also helps the reader to help themselves and others during times of grief.

Authors: Don & Ron Williams

A third generation preacher, Don Williams is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University (B.A. 1979) and Harding Graduate School of Religion (M. A. R., 1984). Don served as a minister for 30 years. Since May of 2008 he has worked as the Executive Director of North Alabama Christian Children's Home in Florence, AL. He serves as a deacon for the Florence Blvd. congregation in Florence, AL.

For 26 years, he has taught grief support classes in places where he has lived. In addition, he has spoken on various facets of grief to preachers, health care professionals, chaplains, and nurses. He has taught classes on Alzheimers and Dementia Care. He is a Palliative Care Chaplain with ECM Hospital in Florence. He serves on the Consulting Board of the Alpha Counseling Center at Heritage Christian University. He is the Chaplain for the Sheriff's Department of Lauderdale County.

In 1996, He and his brother Rom wrote the book, Walking with Those Who Weep, which is in its 8th printing.

Don has been married to his wife Leisa for 40 years and they have two sons: Matt and Ben. Matt is married to the former Amanda Savage, and they have three children: Braden, Kenzlle, and Lyla Kate. Ben is married to the former Hailey Tate and lives in Huntsville with their two children Reese and Emma.

Don enjoys tennis, basketball, and yard work. He is a big Alabama football fan.