Despair and hope. Tears of sadness. Tears of joy.
Loneliness and the inspiring presence of Christ. All that and more you will find in these pages as Walter shares the story of his wife’s suffering and death. Walter invites you to walk with him during his continuing journey through the valley of sorrow. You will feel his agony and joy, his anguish and ecstasy, his fear and courage as he walks you through his struggle with grief. Through it all, you will sense his desire for his reflections to assist you as you seek the hope and help needed for your own journey through the pain and loneliness of sorrow. He will share with you what he believes is the secret pathway to peace.
The Methodists took a chance on Walter Albritton in 1951 and gave him a license to preach. At age 90, he is in his 72nd year of ministry. As Pastor Emeritus, he continues to serve and worship at Saint James Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. A graduate of Auburn University and Emory University, Walter lives near Wetumpka, Alabama. His other books include Life’s Greatest Adventure, Living in Christ, Changing Your World, and When You Lose Someone You Love.