When there’s no hope of recovery, how do you recover hope? You and I both know that question, I’m guessing.
I sat with an old friend, Dave Johnson, for a series of conversations. This one is about pain and grief.
I think they were nine and twelve. But I’m terrible with figuring out the ages of kids, and I’ve decided
Adriel Booker wrote this for pastors who want to care for parents after miscarriage. What parents need from pastors after
Here are the words I use every time I begin a funeral service. We don’t want to be here. Just
Before considering what to do to be helpful, Gavin Ortland suggests four things NOT to do. (Read the full article
I’m sorry. Nothing: (Sixty seconds of silence) May I take care of that? (and take the tissue out of their
People often say, “I wish I had told them I loved them” the last time they spoke with their loved