New Grief Book: "I Used To Be _____" by Chuck & Ashley Elliott
"Grief lies, telling us we are alone, but truly, we still need one another. Right now, when we're hurting,
community is more important than ever." -- From "I Used To Be _____" by Chuck & Ashley Elliott
Pre-order the book wherever you buy books, then complete the form at www.chuckandashley.com so you'll
receive the pre-order bonuses (get the audiobook & a small group discussion guide) on August 15!
All form submissions must be done by 11:59 pm on August 14, 2023.
Also, you can save 40% when you pre-order from bakerbookhouse.com.
The book is also available to pre-order on Amazon https://amzn.to/3QaMWIV or Audible https://amzn.to/47bRAfF.
(If you order through the Amazon affiliate links, you will support the mission of MGC at no extra cost to you. .)
The path forward includes exploring the unseen elements of grief. With this book, pastor Chuck Elliott
and counselor Ashley Elliott light the way to a better future. Sharing biblical advice and proven mental
health techniques, they help you learn how to fully feel and face your grief, hold onto your faith, and
develop healthy ways to see yourself, your life, and your loved ones. They offer coping strategies for
when moving forward seems impossible and guide you toward building new thinking patterns that
will result in true healing and growth. Learn more about the book "I Used To Be _____" and
how to navigate loss and find your path forward at www.chuckandashley.com.
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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Updated 11 September 2023
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