Moving Forward

Do you remember looking at lists of ‘stressors’ and seeing your problems? Life happens. “Yes.” It is there. It’s OK to be upset or almost unglued, because ours is a common and real problem. That was yesterday. But here we are today, a widow. (I still don’t like the word.) Numb, puzzled, vulnerable, sad, frightened, angry, yet laughing at things most don’t find so funny. What has happened? We have experienced the top of the list item, ‘death of a spouse.’

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We inform, encourage, and equip widows. We provide books, DVD¹s, Journals, CD¹s, radio podcasts, church resources and tools, spiritually based and practical. Internationally we provide skill training for widows for economic independence.

Featured Story Dianne Strickler

A friend gave me Miriam’s book.  I am so grateful for Widow Connection, for Miriam’s words and resources for hope and support. My Richard had open-heart surgery on March 14, 2016.  The prognosis was excellent.  Our son was getting married on April 16th and the goal was to be healthy at the wedding.  Richard had been very involved in all the wedding planning.  It was an exciting time. But then he had complication after complication.  His health began to decline but we were still hopeful for a full recovery.  However on April 14th , Richard passed. He died a valiant […]

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Advisory councils

October 18, 2017

Advisory councils provide the possibility of wise advice and important information to the head of any organization.  Note, I said ‘possibility.’  In reality being asked to be on an advisory council may be a photo op or prestige connection.  It may be that you will never be asked to advise. A wise leader will listen to those members.  Rather than appearing weak, strong leaders seek input.  Abraham Lincoln’s cabinet was labeled a team of rivals.  They opposed, even disliked each other. Yet differing opinions can promote good decisions.   Are you being asked to serve in such a role?  Ask […]

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A will

October 18, 2017

I’m Miriam  Neff-with STARTING OVER FINANCIALLY,-and I’m Valerie Neff Hogan, and we’re here to talk about money M I learned of a recent widow whose husband had no will.  They owned commercial property.  Oh, for loving spouses who wisely look out for each other before tragedy strikes. V  Some people avoid getting a Will or Trust because of the cost or the reminder of their own mortality.  But this does a great disservice to their families, loved ones, and Kingdom work that could otherwise benefit. The cost of preparation is far less than probate, and the death rate for humans […]

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