Love backs us into a corner. It asks for everything we have. And nowhere does love work more deeply than in marriage. Marriage is about exposure. It is about truth between two people, and it is about the opportunity to know and to be known. Sex is the handiwork of love and the tool of marriage. It is sacred ground, a gift filled with beauty, grace, and power. Song of Solomon demonstrates with beauty, reverence, and clarity the celebration of love, marriage, and sex.
Grief is both a process and a journey of hope. Dr. Crawford writes about grief and its power to hurt or to heal. This is his personal, transparent journey through the grief he experienced after losing his wife. It is written from the trenches, not from the pulpit, and the poignancy of the book is found in its realness and raw honesty.