Thursday, September 09, 2010
Handbook for Mortals: A Review.
The highlights of the book helps one
I. Face their illness.
II. Endure their illness.
III. Prepare for the days ahead.
This practical book should be for every minister, chaplains, church leader, and those that are facing illnesses to gain perspective, empathy, and hope to those here and left behind. Death and dying isn't something easy to face. Live your life in such a way that honors God. I've been learning more about ministering to people in hurtful situations and know I have a lot more to learn. This resource helps me gain some perspective; may it you too.
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