Unshakeable Peace During Unexpected Storms
Are you grieving or know someone who is hurting?
I’d like to give you 3 FREE gifts in your time of need.
Where do you turn when everything falls apart?
When we lose someone we love, we can quickly begin to feel lost ourselves.
Grief can feel…
But what if you had a guide through your sorrow?
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When Mountains Crumble offers no sugar-coated shortcuts through the rocky terrain of sorrow.
Drawing deeply from her own experience of loss and her daily reliance on the Holy Spirit, Danita Jenae provides a Scripture-sketched map for the twisting, turning journey of grieving and healing.
Be prepared to weep, to laugh, and to roll up your sleeves for the hard, grace-filled work of grief. Because, as Danita reminds us, “No one fights alone.”
Jack NewmanAmerican Bible Society
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The Grief Guide Suite
The Grief Guide: Find Your Footing
Includes a quick guide to understanding grief, a doodle prompt, and a printable art download.
The Companion’s Guide: How to Help Your Grieving Friend
Includes what NOT to say to a grieving friend, what TO say, practical tips on how to help, and a whole lot more.
The Gift-Giving Guide: Comfort for the Brokenhearted
Includes gift ideas and suggestions for gift bundles you can create easily + hyperlinks to make gifting a breeze.
Praises for When Mountains Crumble
“This book sparkles with authenticity that acknowledges the angst of unanswered questions. It’s also refreshing, creative, unique, and riveting. If you’ve lost a loved one or if you’ve been looking for the ideal resource to put into the hands of someone who is grieving due to death, or an unexpected crisis that has dramatically changed life’s trajectory, buy this book. The author offers no quick fixes; instead, she provides support for the next step in the journey. When Mountains Crumble is a timeless treasure you’ll want on hand to give to anyone who is experiencing loss.”
—CAROL KENT, speaker and author, When I Lay My Isaac Down and He Holds My Hand
“When your world is rocked by the death of a loved one, the tumble of emotions and weight of decisions in the aftermath are overwhelming. In When Mountains Crumble, you will find a pathway through the labyrinth of grief so you can wrangle your emotions, find comfort in your sorrow, and find hope for your future.”
—ROBYN DYKSTRA, national Christian speaker; author of The Widow Wore Pink; two-time widow
“When Mountains Crumble offers no sugar-coated shortcuts through the rocky terrain of sorrow. Drawing deeply from her own experience of loss and her daily reliance on the Holy Spirit, Danita Jenae provides a Scripture-sketched map for the twisting, turning journey of grieving and healing. Be prepared to weep, to laugh, and to roll up your sleeves for the hard, grace-filled work of grief. Because, as Danita reminds us, ‘No one fights alone.’”
—JACK NEWMAN, American Bible Society
“Dear one, are you going through grief? Has something tragic transpired to one you love and adore? Get this book. Now. Don’t wait. Danita has woven a beautiful tapestry of comfort, gentle direction, and knowledgeable advice that will be your faithful companion on this journey of mourning.”
—SARAH PHILPOTT, author of Loved Baby: 31 Devotions Helping You Grieve and Cherish Your Child after Pregnancy Loss
“Much like the beloved allegory Hinds’ Feet on High Places, Danita has invited the reader into a transforming journey by the goodness and mercy of God. I was moved to tears more than once, not just because of her immeasurable heartache—rather, due to the powerful, poignant way she artistically wove God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit into everyday struggles. This book is a priceless friend in print, drawing the reader into their own story.”
—MARY JO PIERCE, intercessor, speaker, and author of Adventures in Prayer and Follow Me: An Unending Conversation with God
“When Mountains Crumble is thought-provoking, honest, challenging, and outright good reading. As a widow, I readily identify with the fog, the shock, the sorrow, and even the dumb decisions she experienced. It helps a widow navigate through her grief by answering the personal questions posed and lets others better understand and pray for anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one.”
—QUIN SHERRER, author of Hope for a Widow’s Heart
“We’re from different generations; I’m older, Danita is younger. Our stories are different, yet the same. I lost my precious daughter to liver cancer while she lost her amazing husband in a climbing accident. Our pain hurts the same. In When Mountains Crumble, Danita is vulnerable and heart-wrenchingly honest, giving both practical help and spiritual wisdom gleaned during her walk through the Valley of Weeping. I highly recommend this book!”
—LINDA DILLOW, author of Calm My Anxious Heart and Satisfy My Thirsty Soul
“Danita powerfully weaves grief and hope, sorrow and beauty, with a grace that invites us in and creates a space to be real with where we are in our loss. By not pretending, not burdening with pious formulas or ‘shoulds,’ this guide gives breath when it feels like we cannot breathe.”
—BISHOP KEN ROSS, Anglican Diocese of the Rocky Mountains
“I wholeheartedly recommend When Mountains Crumble to all my GriefShare participants! Danita is truly a gifted writer. I love how honest and vulnerable she is with her own grieving, as well as the questions for self-reflection at the end of each chapter. I wish I could have had this resource when my husband died of a brain tumor.”
—DEBBIE BEATTY, hospice nurse, GriefShare coordinator, military widow
“As a trauma-trained counselor, I have seen many walk the journey of grief, loss, and trauma. Danita has written a powerful, beautiful book, the perfect wise and gentle companion for anyone walking through grief. Offering a practical vulnerable peeking into her own grief story laced with Scripture and hope and a safe space to feel all the feelings—this is a treasure for those walking in deep darkness. This book is a seasoned guide, a refuge, and a journey toward step-by-step healing. I will be giving this book out to any client/friend going through grief.”
—JENNIFER HAND, Executive Director of Coming Alive Ministries; author of My Yes Is on the Table: Moving from Fear to Faith
“Danita Jenae has written one of the most profound books I’ve ever read on grief! Authentic, passionate, and provocative, Danita gently leads the reader toward hope. I highly recommend!”
—BECKY HARLING, conference speaker and bestselling author of How to Listen So People Will Talk and Psalms for the Anxious Heart
“After losing our son, a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Air Force, the grief was overwhelming. Danita has captured the journey through grief eloquently, lovingly, and truthfully. We highly recommend this book to anyone who has lost a loved one, or anyone who wants to understand how to love and encourage those who have.”
—PAUL AND ANITA, proud Gold Star parents
“When Mountains Crumble tenderly places a powerful tool of hope into the hands of one lost in grief. Beautifully written with honesty and compassion, Danita shines a light on one of the darkest paths of human experience, giving voice to our fears as she shares her own story with courageous authenticity. This book is the perfect gift for someone grieving.”
—ERICA WIGGENHORN, author of Letting God Be Enough: Why Striving Keeps You Stuck and How Surrender Sets You Free
“We all need a friend to talk to when life is hard. In When Mountains Crumble, Danita warmly invites readers into conversation, reflecting on grief together and making space for God’s rebuilding work to begin.”
—CLARISSA MOLL, author and cohost of Christianity Today’s Surprised by Grief podcast
“How I wish I had these words to hold in my hands and heart after the loss of our two sweet babies. This grace-filled devotional reminds us we are not alone; we have a Savior who will carry us through the deep waters, leading us straight into His love.”
—CARLIE KERCHEVAL, author and cofounder of Marriage Legacy University
“As a recent widow and still very fresh in my grief, this beautiful balm of a book is so soothing to my sad and hurting heart. Danita’s writing is filled with a raw honesty—the kind that makes you nod your head without realizing it—and she blends in wisdom with a touch of humor that is so badly needed when in the midst of grief.”
—TRICIA MARCHAND, young widow and mom of two
“I lost my first husband at twenty-three and my second at thirty-one years young. If only there had been this kind of hope written down for me! Danita’s book is certainly helping demolish the mountain of aloneness in pain and grief for the widow. These devotionals will paint the words He wishes any young widow to know: I AM HERE.”
—RACHEL FAULKNER BROWN, director of Be Still Ministries and Never Alone Widows
“Danita Jenae invites the grieving reader in, to wrestle, wade, and walk through their own loss of a loved one. Be comforted as you read truth from the Bible, journal, and experience healing to discover His strength to face your day!”
—DARLENE LARSON, author, Life Purpose Coach®, Grief-Loss Coach, Recovery Coach, founder of Hearts with a Purpose
“Unfortunately, I’ve lost friends in all branches of the military, and recently lost my father, a Vietnam Veteran Marine, and have learned I can do much to heal by learning from others and trusting in God’s unfailing love. In When Mountains Crumble, Danita has done a wonderful job presenting practical ways to help anyone experiencing grief rebuild by explaining much about what grief is and isn’t, letting them know some of what to expect, and using devotional stories about her personal experiences with examples and questions to help guide those experiencing loss move forward with God’s unshakable peace and unconditional compassion.”
—JOE LEWIS, USAF, Lt. Col. (Ret.); founder and CEO, Angels of America’s Fallen
“You never expect grief—even if you know it’s coming. Danita takes your hand through the early days of loss, showing you that even though mountains crumble, God does not. This book is a much-needed companion on the grief journey.”
—TAMI IMLAY, military widow and mom; podcast host of Her Restored Spirit; Restoration Coach
“After losing my mom, I have now read When Mountains Crumble three times; I still cry and laugh out loud many times throughout. God is going to bless so many through this book!”
—SARAH, headmaster and award-winning school teacher
“Danita Jenae’s words have been like a friend who understands, a balm. I can’t wait to share the grief-birthed wisdom she’s penned here with others. Danita has tossed out convention and in its place shares tested comfort about loving well to the end and about more than just-getting-by with God at our side.”
—RACHEL VIRGINIA, law enforcement widow
“Because Danita was in a new community without a support network, she walked through the valley of the shadow of death leaning on Jesus. She will hold your hand through the valley with vulnerability. No religious platitudes or ‘should’ves’ here. She shares transparent emotions, pain, courage, and hope.”
—TERRI BROWN, The Table Church
“Danita Jenae is a woman on a mission to comfort God’s people in lovingkindness. As a military missionary and seasoned military spouse, I have found that grief is all too often a large part of our shared story. This book speaks directly to women in pain, shepherding their hearts back to the One and only who can offer hope and healing.”
—MEGAN B. BROWN, author of Summoned: Answering a Call to the Impossible
“I appreciate the realness of this book. As a widower myself, I can identify with so many things that Danita expresses in this book. Also the practical advice andthe helpful insights are priceless. This will be a valuable resource in my counseling ministry!”
—CHRIS CARTER, Executive Director, Carter’s Biblical Counseling, Widower
“In this devotional guide, Danita Jenae’s wrestling with God’s truth and her experience is deeply real, and her openness is rare. I am confident this guide will help you know you are not alone, or crazy. It’s like a friend who will help you sort through emotions, thoughts, and questions of ‘Where is God in all of this?’”
—TOM COFFAN, full-time Minister to Students for more than fifty years in Colorado
“Danita speaks from a deeply authentic place, and I stand in witness to the work of God in her life while she traverses the tragic loss of her husband. I am excited for all the ways God will reach and encourage other people journeying through grief through this beautiful book.”
—ERIKA BLANKENSHIP, military spouse
“Through this book, Danita passionately and practically helps others who have suffered the loss of a loved one. She is transparent, relatable, and honest; you’ll no longer feel alone. Dan would be so proud of what Danita has done and I am too.”
—JANE DAVIS, Intercessory Prayer at Generations United Church, Niceville, FL
“This book is a gentle powerhouse, not only because of Danita’s poignant reflections but through the journal questions that help us process loss while pointing us to God’s faithful and tender compassion.”
—LISA APPELO, sudden widow and single mom to seven children; author, Life Can Be Good Again: Putting Your World Back Together After It All Falls Apart
If you’re looking for a book that can help you traverse the terrain of grief, When Mountains Crumble is just for you. My friend Danita has faithfully walked this road, and she can help you walk it, too. With great sanity and deep sensitivity, she charts a course that will show you the way through the valley of the shadow of death.
—PASTOR DANIEL GROTHE, author of The Power of Place
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Meet Danita Jenae
Danita Jenae is a recent military widow learning to carry both joy and sorrow in the same breath. She’s also a young mom and dabbling artist who’s not afraid of glitter glue or sprinkles.
Danita walks alongside the brokenhearted, offering practical and creative ways to lead a Spirit-led life. You’ll find her writing is laced in prayer, surrender, and the hope of redemption.