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Helping the SufferingAutobiographical Reflections on Supporting Those in Pain

Helping the Suffering

Autobiographical Reflections on Supporting Those in Pain

James Muldoon and Jennie Muldoon
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This product is due for release in September 2020


Seeing someone you care about hurting, and feeling like you can do nothing to help, is hard. We are so nervous about making their suffering worse that we are paralysed into doing nothing. James and Jennie Muldoon are familiar with suffering. They tell their story here, explain how they were supported and comforted by their brothers and sisters in Christ, and give ideas for where to start when we are helping those in pain.

James Muldoon

About James Muldoon

James Muldoon lives in Reading with his wife, Jennie, and their three children. He studied Classics and then Theology and now serves as co–pastor of Carey Baptist Church.

Jennie Muldoon

About Jennie Muldoon

Jennie studied Theology and trained as an Occupational Therapist. She and her husband, James, have three children, all of whom will probably be on the stage one day.


  • Authors: James Muldoon and Jennie Muldoon
  • Release Date: September 2020
  • Pages: 128
  • Format: Trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130
  • ISBN: 9781527105584
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: History & Biography > Biography > Autobiography


I am glad I have read this book and have no qualms in highly recommending it. The book ends with a ringing affirmation that Jesus remembers and understands. Jesus remembers the cross and what the worst of life’s troubles feels like. ‘That is compassion written in the largest letters upon the canvas of the universe.’

Irene Howat, Award–winning author

Many people don’t know how to walk well with those who are suffering, because they don’t really know what it feels like from the inside, or because they’re too afraid of ‘getting it wrong’ to take the first step. This refreshingly honest book shines a light into some dark places, and gives practical advice on what has been helpful (and what has not). It is also an encouraging story of authentic faith in times of trial, and a God whose ways may sometimes seem strange, but whose love really does endure forever. I’m confident this book will help God’s people ‘weep with those who weep’ and shine forth the comfort and mercy of Christ Jesus.

Matt Searles, Director of Training, South Central Gospel Partnership Author of Tumbling Sky: Psalms for Weary Souls
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