Death and Dying
The topic of death and dying is a broad one, even broader that it sounds. The first question asked is often if there is something after death. But to many the process of dying and the hardships of living are even more important.
This category includes books that discuss hardship, suffering, death, and our hope both in and after all these things.
In the video embedded below, Energion owners Henry & Jody Neufeld share their thoughts on grief.
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One of the most difficult tasks that may confront a pastor is the preaching of a funeral homily.&nbs..
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Death. Illness. Divorce. Unexpected. Undeserved. In this world there is going to be suffering and pa..
All of humanity lives with the
certainty of death. In this world we do not live forever. But what
“Oh it's a jolly holiday with you ….”
Holidays, steeped in family traditions,
are not always jolly..
Separated from someone you love: mother, father, sister, brother, wife, husband, child, friend, p..
Silence is often as therapeutic asconversation. Sometimes more, when there really isn't anything tos..
This book is the story of my existence — a meandering spiritual voyage through the beautiful loud cr..
From the good sisters and monks of the
11th century, hospice care grew through the passions of 20th..
Grief may be the most difficult “work” that we as human beings must do. When a loved one, especially..
The theological term for “the last things” is eschatology. It is the Christian doctrine which is con..
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