"Not very often does a book like Grace to Grieve come along. Nancy LoRusso has penned a precious and very personal gift to anyone who has had to navigate the world of disappointment, despair, and death. In the midst of incredible loss and pain, Nancy has real answers to heartfelt and vulnerable questions, such as, 'Should a Christian grieve, and if so, what does real grief look like in our joy-focused Christian world?' Grace to Grieve is exactly what the title says. It's a handbook to the heart, giving the reader permission to say, as David said, 'My soul is clinging to the dust, Oh, Lord ... revive me.' This is exactly what this book does. It will revive your soul."
Chris DuPre, pastor, speaker, and author of the book The Wild Love of God
"Grief. Every soul encounters its painful intrusion. Some try and resist it with denial and distraction, while others numbly succumb to it as hopeless prisoners. In her book, Grace to Grieve, author Nancy LoRusso humbly, candidly, and compassionately shares her personal journey through the valley of heartbreaking loss and grief into the recovery of hope, peace, and genuine joy. Offering timeless truths, lessons learned, and tender encouragement, this book is like a deep breath that gently realigns the compass of the heart back to hope. An inspirational must-read for anyone touched by loss."
Tammy Riddering, director, Gateway House of Prayer, St. Louis