WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH | 6:00 – 8:00pm CT | 7:00-9:00pm ET
Live Q&A with an Expert, Khris Ford:
Questions that Rise in Search for Hope
As human beings, death, loss, and grief are inevitable. Yet, when we begin to grieve, a multitude of misconceptions, questions, and unfortunately avoidance, can arise. During this 2-hr. time for Q&A, grief expert Khris Ford will answer your questions, help you to sort out what is myth and what is true about grief, and most importantly offer you hope. Khris believes passionately in the transformative power of grief; and in grief can be a journey of discovery. While that statement may seem to ignore or diminish the pain and suffering in grief, in truth there is no dismissal. Khris has known the deep deep pain of the death of her teenage son, Stephen, as well as the death of her husband, John, after 47 years of marriage. Both were sudden and unexpected deaths. She has asked the questions. How do I go on living? Why? Where was God when this happened? Will I ever experience life again?
Please join us and bring YOUR questions.
Khris Ford has dedicated the last 30 years of her life to the work of supporting those who are experiencing grief and trauma. Khris believes passionately in the transformative potential of grief. Fueled by her own experiences of the death of her teenage son, Stephen, and more recently, her husband, John, Khris founded the Austin Center for Grief and Loss in Austin, Texas. She has created and given many grief retreats for bereaved parents, as well as other losses, and trained hundreds of counselors, Spiritual Directors, and social workers in how to guide grieving adults through a transforming grief process. Today Khris lives in North Carolina where she serves as the Director of the North Carolina Institute for Spiritual Direction and Formation.