Faith in God comforts in difficult Times
Helping those grieving and comforting them in the most difficult of hours is one of the biggest tasks and most important challenges in congregational work. Comforting gifts are a symbol of the closeness of God through the togetherness of the congregation, a visible symbol for those left behind that their loved one isn't only still with them in their memory. With the Christian LOGO Online-Shop you'll find a selection of comforting, Christian gifts, Christian condolence cards and Christian grieving cards which can be ordered.
The carefully selected, atmospheric photo motifs, psalms and loving mottos express compassion on all of our condolence cards. They remind the bereaved that they are not alone because even through this difficult time God is giving them strength. LOGO's exclusive photo greeting cards are combinable at an even more attractive bulk price. In this way you can be sure you'll always have a tasteful card to hand in the often surprising event that a congregation member passes away. On the inside of all of our folding cards there is enough space for personal, comforting words.
For bereavement support groups or also the personal conversation, small commemorative books and bereavement booklets have proven themselves to help those left behind with their comforting words, contemplative poems and prayers from the Bible and also to see a future in faith with the help of God, even in the loneliest of hours. The books especially printed with a large, appealing font and in an attractive format A5 format offer comfort on their colourfully designed double pages. They make for wonderfully thoughtful gifts following the funeral or when visiting those bereaved.
For people who read less often or find comfort in music, LOGO has a selection of CDs, tastefully chosen for this time. Be they instrumentals or in combination with lyrics. Often words can't quite express what they need to following a loss. In this case, quiet, calming and comforting tones can give more space for the individual's mourning. For the elderly with difficulties with reading, CDs with a combination of classical music and spoken meditation are particularly suitable.
Once the initial pain has been overcome then it is time to come to terms with the loss, the emptiness and one's own feelings - the phase of coping again with everyday life begins. Congregations, priests and pastors can offer valuable help here as well. Gifting longer texts and books with Christian impulses which show practical ways of finding oneself again in the tradition of Christian rituals, such as pilgrimage.