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Faith, Grief & Pass the Chocolate Pudding Paperback – April 27, 2016
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"MUCH NEEDED . . .Faith, Grief and Pass the Chocolate Pudding is not a traditional book on grief. It is a book about life that happens in the midst of grief and all the other stuff that happens along the way. Heather and Stuart provide a much neededperspective on coping with grief from a Gen X perspective." -REV. DR. ROBERT ERICKSON "A MESSAGE . . .Finally a book about grief so real that you actually find yourself laughing out loud when you thought you'd never laugh again. Heather and Stuart so unselfishly share their experiences as a message for all of us that we are not crazy, that everyone grieves on a different time schedule, and that eventually, things really will start to be ok." -AMY LOGAN, Author of A Girl With A Cape "EXTRAORDINARY . . . This book is an unconventional, educational, extraordinary, quirky, genuine, authentic, laugh-out-loud look at grief. Heather and Stuart courageously tackle both the dark and humorous experiences associated with the death of a loved one." -PASTOR KAREN AKIN"
About the Author
Heather Wallace has been in youth ministry for eighteen years and is currently the Director of Youth Ministry at Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock. She is both a speaker and community educator at Faith and Grief events. She serves on the annual events committee of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators. Heather is the co-author of Grief Diaries: Loss of a Parent. A native of the suburbs of Chicago, she attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and currently resides in Arkansas with her husband, children, and one neurotic hound dog. A graduate of the US Air Force Academy, Stuart Rubio has served for the past 18 years and currently commands a combat airlift squadron. An avid triathlete, Stu is a fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Air Force Falcons, and all Philadelphia teams. He also loves all teams, casts, bands, choirs, and scout packs that involve his children. Stu currently resides in Biloxi, Mississippi, with his wife, Megan, and their three boys.