One gift of being a pastor is that death stands right in front of us. We understand that our days are numbered.
A hospice chaplain writes about facing pain without flinching.
Princeton Theological Seminary's farm grows food. But this isn't the main point.
Part history and part memoir, this volume gently immerses readers in Jewish traditions surrounding death.
For career day at my daughter's school, I brought pictures of some of the things pastors do. The students were mostly interested in the funerals.
I knew Jannie Swart's witness would have a lasting impact on our seminary. I didn't anticipate how it would challenge me in the classroom.
Whether we're dying or living with grief, there are faithful ways to do so. Marilyn Chandler McEntyre points us in the right direction.
The Totentatz window was created soon after the Shoah but with no reference to the city's murdered Jews. Two of them were my grandparents.
Modern medicine makes it difficult to die. Often, treatment seems to prolong not living so much as dying. With no earthly hope, Regan was spared all this.