Dear person I care about who is going into the weekend (even if we have never met)- I sometimes tell
I haven’t written much about the pandemic. I’ve been too busy living in the middle of it, going to work
These days, and all days, people die and family isn’t present. It’s particularly hard when rules keep people away. But
I serve at Parkview Regional Medical Center as a chaplain. In that role, all the percentages become people. For example,
Last month, I released a book about how to lead funerals. The book was barely out and my friend Dan
I’ve done words for a long time. I’ve talked, I’ve earned three degrees about words. I’ve been around funerals and
“It IS a good morning.” That’s what the minister said. A woman died an hour earlier. Her death was both
When there’s no hope of recovery, how do you recover hope? You and I both know that question, I’m guessing.
Dr Dave Johnson and I spent some time talking about the importance and nature of hope. We both work in
I sat with an old friend, Dave Johnson, for a series of conversations. This one is about pain and grief.