Walking Through Winter author, Katherine Gantlett, shares her experience of multiple miscarriages and losing her newborn baby, Libby, with UCB Radio to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week. How can we support those facing such loss, and how can God be found and experienced in such pain? Read More »
‘Fantastic book.. help me through a very difficult time’ Read More »
‘A beautifully written, honest and hope-filled lament’ Read More »
‘uplifting yet honest – and applicable to loss of all kinds – hopes & dreams as well as physical loss of a loved one’ Read More »
‘a real gem … will equip others with the tools to walk through some of life’s hardest seasons’ Read More »
‘an incredible honest and open account of grief, faith, hope and how to journey through seasons of loss. I am so grateful to have read it’ Read More »
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‘I fully recommend it as a great book to read whether walking through a personal ‘winter’ season or journeying with someone who is’ Read More »
Danish winters can be long and dark – and yet the Danes are some of the happiest people in the world. Their winter practice of ‘hygge’ – something akin to ‘cosiness’ – is a key reason for this, transforming the bleakest season into one of connection and warmth.
In her stunning new book, Walking through Winter, Katherine Gantlett shows us how we too can… Read More »
Where are we going?
Walk with me and work with me – watch how I do it.
Matthew 11:29 (The Message)
The Quaker writer and retreat leader Parker Palmer writes that a calling is ‘something you can’t not do’. This is how writing this book has felt. It has taken me more than seven years to get our story down on paper. In that time, there have been many occasions when… Read More »