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About Eva Juliuson
It was Dwight, my present husband, who encouraged me to begin writing. Funny how things happen. I had four children and Dwight had three and now our crazy blended family is growing by leaps and bounds with grandchildren. It seems the longer I live, the more experiences there are to write about and the more ways I've seen God work! I tend to write like I'm sitting in the room with just one special person and the Lord. I pray something I've written will draw you closer to the Lord. I hope you feel like you are that special person.
I've been writing regular Prayer Peek & Prompts that have been shared publicly for over 40 years. There are plans to publish those prayers into a series for parents, grandparents, early childhood teachers, care-givers...
After having hundreds of articles, devotions and short stories published, two books were recently released to help those who are grieving. I've hosted a Grieve with Hope support group for twenty years since Steve's death as a Grief Recovery Specialist. I wanted to create a book which would help people actually work through their own grief instead of just reading of someone else's. MY FOREVER MEMORIES OF YOU is like a grief support group in an interactive book. There's an in-depth version for adults and a simplified version for children and youth. Both serve as memory books for those who have lost a loved one. This book won the HEART OF AMERICA CHRISTIAN WRITERS NETWORK award for best book.
I love to read, write, garden and hang out with our huge family of grown children and grandchildren. I enjoy sharing a blazing fire in the fireplace and hiking with my best friend--my husband Dwight. Most of all, I love the Lord and seeing what new adventures He brings every day.
My Forever Memories of You
Intertwines the stories of three special relationships:
you and your loved one, Eva and her late husband, and our ever-growing
relationship with the Lord.
Everyone who is grieving the death of a loved one has a story that cries to be told; a
history of a relationship between two unique people which has never been experienced before. When death rips them apart, the intensity of the loss needs to be heard. The depth of their bond needs to be understood. The reality of eternal life and death needs to be wrestled with.
This book offers the griever a chance to tell his or her own story through guided prompts, while offering practical and spiritual help for the painful path that must be traveled. Part of this book is written by youthe one who is reeling from the death of a loved one. The other part is written by Evafrom one friend to another; from a certified Grief Recovery Specialist; from someone who has traveled that road and found eternal hope in the shadow of death.
By giving this book to one who is grieving the death of a child, spouse, parent or friend is
like offering them a grief support group in a book. It can be worked through at their own pace and in their own home. It offers compassion, a listening ear, practical help, and eternal hope at a critical time of life.
Practical help, eternal hope,
And a record of your personal journey through griefall
rolled into one book
My Forever Memories of You
Personal Memory Book to Help a Child or youth Deal with the Death of a Loved One
With Ideas for Adults who Long to Help
This keepsake memory book is to be filled out by a child or young person after experiencing the death of someone special in their life.Short prompts are given at the top of each page so they can record a memory of that special person. Pens, colored pencils, markers or colors can be used to write or draw special moments. Each child will be writing and illustrating their own story of their unique relationship with the one who died. This creative process will help them work through their grief and they will have a keepsake to look back on as they grow older.
A section for the adults gives thoughtful ideas on how to help a child through grief by celebrating and honoring the memory of one who meant so much to the child. This memory book can be used whether a parent, grandparent, teacher, sibling, friend, or classmate has just died.
This book is a companion to the adult version of My Forever Memories of You which is a much more in-depth memory book offering eternal hope even through the death of a loved one.