"A story of shock, grief and finally renewed hope."
Can parents and family members ever recover completely from the death of a child? When Elizabeth
B. Brown's young daughter, LeeAnne, died suddenly a few years ago, that tragedy compelled this mother
to explore the impact a child's death has on parents, siblings, friends, care givers, and society.
Sunrise Tomorrow offers biblical comfort and compassionate advice for those who are grief
stricken and brokenhearted. In these pages, Elizabeth B. Brown identifies her family's passages through
the stages of grief to gradual healing and acceptance. The author gives you much-needed counsel
for strengthening your marriage and preventing permanent damage to your family relationship.
Furthermore, she provides practical guidelines to friends and family, along with suggestions for those
who counsel the bereaved on a professional level. Two appendices give specific ideas about what to do
before and after the funeral.
Elizabeth B. Brown assures you that your family can make a healthy readjustment. Through God's grace,
your conscious efforts, and the loving support of others, you will survive the death of your child.