Articles tagged with Death
Is Christian hope more like anticipating a family reunion or making a pilgrimage to the Lord's temple?
Facing fear, chronic illness, and death throughout a lifetime of uncertainty.
Reflections on my thirty-ninth birthday.
Learning to live as if you’ll die one day.
Aging doesn't have to mean decline; make it a pilgrimage of hope.
It's difficult to love what we can't see.
A culture of life cares for the dying.
Money for health care often bypasses the powerless.
If we want a better medicine, we have to become better patients, and that means becoming better storytellers.
Sometimes caring about numbers is how we care for the vulnerable. Sometimes it’s a way of effacing the image of God
Seeking wisdom at the end of life.
We don't want a world where fat cats eat starving dogs.
Are statistics becoming more important than people?
An annotated reading of your world, including Seerveld, the U.S. Supreme Court, Trayvon Martin, and Detroit.