Widows Might (Paperback)

    Widows Might (Paperback)

    Kim Knight
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    What happens when your husband dies unexpectedly in the prime of your life and marriage?

    In Widow’s Might, Kim Knight shares her experience when her husband suddenly and unexpectedly died at fifty-six years old. In one day, Kim went from planning her future with her best friend to planning a funeral, searching for passwords to online accounts, trying to return to normal when things were no longer normal, and finding God in the middle of trauma and grief.

    Widow’s Might is for young or middle-aged widows and those who love them. The book helps those who’ve experienced a tragic loss to better understand the confusing and unpredictable path of grief as well as the challenges and promise of new growth.

    Learning to embrace a life different from the one you imagined isn’t something you’re going to master by the end of year one, when your family and friends think you should, or when you hope you might. You can deeply embrace and honor your marriage to your late spouse and still find contentment, happiness, and maybe even love in the days ahead.

    Widow’s Might will give you the strength and wisdom to discover new life on the other side of death. Look toward what God has in store for you. And—every once in a while—spend the day in your pajamas and eat popcorn for dinner. It’s okay.

    About the Author

    Kim Knight holds a Master of Education in Office Administration/Business Education and taught business skills at the college level for many years. During her teaching career, she was named the Colorado Business Skills Teacher of the Year by the Colorado Private School Association, KMGH-TV, and The Denver Post. Kim provides resume writing and interviewing skills guidance as an ongoing ministry, leads Bible studies, and has served as a speaker for Christian seminars and retreats. She loves living near her adult children in southern Orange County, California, where she spends way too much time trying to master golf and bridge.