Thursday, February 18, 2021

Help! My Spouse Died

Help! My Spouse Died  All Free Copies Have Already Been Given Out

Written by Sue Nicewander Delaney, a personal friend of mine, "Help My Spouse Died" is a booklet worth its weight in gold.  Sue is a biblical counselor who's first husband became a stroke victim, and never fully recovered. After going downhill for three long years of care-giving, dragging Sue and their finances to rock bottom, Jim died. Sue thought she had done most of her grieving already, but upon his death she learned true widowhood. Shepherd's Press recently published her wisdom-packed booklet, part of their "Help!" series. In it she walks through some of the landscape of cataclysmic loss and helps the widow deal with two foundational questions she personally wrestled with---does God love me? Is He able to help me?

You may purchase it at Shepherds Press. I recommend asking your church to purchase a package of 5 or 10 instead of getting them individually. The individual shipping is expensive.

If you have been in a seemingly hopeless situation like Sue, I have two copies (sorry there are only 2) free to the first who are able to email me and request them. Remember to include your mailing address. All I ask in return is that you actually read it and share some comments about it that I could post here on the blog. If you'd like to try for one of the booklets please email me at

Stay warm!


  1. Thank you, Ferree, for this recommendation. I just ordered it via your link to Shepherd's Press. -Martha T.

    1. Hi Martha, You must have known that the two free copies were gone already, but I'm sure getting your own from Shepherd's Press will be a real blessing. I'd love to hear what you think of it. God bless you on this journey.


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