Waiting for Morning
by Dawn Wolfik
Grief is a process that every person will face at some time in their lives. Sadly, it is simply a question of when, not if, we will face it. Grief is often an enemy lurking in the shadows, ready to pounce on us when something we didn’t choose and didn’t expect to happen interrupts our life and turns it upside down.
Dawn Wolfik is one such person. Upon losing her husband of 44 years, Dawn’s grief was overwhelming, almost unbearable. Dawn used journaling to express the grief that had ensnared her life.
In Waiting for Morning, Dawn has woven into the story of her grief journey practical and biblical insights into finding joy in our darkest moments. As the dark night of grief gives way to the morning of renewed faith in God and a reason to live again, Waiting for Morning will help you find the courage and faith to trust the One who makes all things new.
About the author
Dawn Wolfik has a great desire for people to be set free from the effects of grief that can cripple if not accepted for a time, as they work through a devastating loss. She has had training in Occupational Therapy and counselling and at present is an Associate Pastor in her church. She was married to Hans and has four married children who have given her, between them, twelve beautiful grandchildren. She resides in Ipswich, Queensland.