When something bad happens to us as Christians, we often automatically reassure ourselves of God’s sovereignty and faithfulness.

But ignoring lament and grief is neither emotionally healthy nor biblical. Sue Russell, a spiritual formation specialist with Wycliffe Bible Translators, shares how to develop healthy practices of grief and lament in the first of a three part series on spiritual formation and practices.

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Sue Russell
Spiritual Formation Specialist
Sue and her husband Geoff have served with Wycliffe for 25 years, 13 of those in Papua New Guinea. Currently Geoff works in the Aviation Department at JAARS, and Sue works as a spiritual formation specialist for Wycliffe USA. In that role she meets with people one-on-one as a Spiritual Director, does retreat planning and speaking, creates prayer and devotional resources and has a series of webinars on youtube on topics of spiritual formation and practice. In her spare time she reads, quilts and entertains her cats.
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