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Different Type of Grieving

My wife just attended the funeral of a young lady who had led a faithful Christian life. This service for Jodi Flinchum truly was a celebration of her life. 125 more words

Christian Living

Milestone, curls and fresh challenges

I’ve just arrived home for the second time today from the oncology department. Once for a clinic and once for my fifth infusion of pembrolizumab. It’s a world of which I used to know nothing, but is now such a regular part of my life that I can know and laugh with many of the staff, and many of the department patient routines feel so familiar to me. 1,402 more words

Past Entries

When living takes courage.


Certainly odd for me, but I just finished reading my second book on death. I sat alone in a quiet, sleeping house sobbing, barely able to read the last chapter. 495 more words

Trust

Walled Garden

A crack in the tenemant wall

I would disappear through,

come to this walled in garden

and play all day with you.

So many games and adventures to play… 164 more words

Poetry

Meet Mistress K

Ever think about getting stuck on death row for no reason and with no recourse? It’s not a cakewalk.

Take, for instance, the case of Glenn Ford… 849 more words

Study Break

What Happens After We Die? The Biblical Answer, in 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

 

What happens after we die? I’m sure this question is thought about a lot, and maybe the question pastors and chaplains get quite often, especially by old people and dying people. 721 more words

Prophecy Topics

The riddle continues…

May 31, 2016

Caregiving is a complex experience of simple kindness and love comingled with futility. I found myself in the midst of two such experiences in the last twenty-four hours that revealed this delicate bond. 482 more words

Caregiving