Help for people coping with and preparing for death from a general Christian perspective The aim of this book is to help people who are coping primarily (but also with any kind of major loss or change) from a general Christian perspective. It will offer resources and help to people asking fundamental questions about death. It includes poetry and prose, prayer and liturgical resources, and a chapter on preparing your funeral. There is a bibliography and a list of organisations which might be able to offer support. The book is popular, but thoughtful and reflective style and includes exercises on understanding, and quotations from people reflecting on their experience.
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James Woodward is the Bishop's Adviser for Health and Social Care in the diocese or Birmingham, and an acknowledged authority on pastoral care. He is a regular reviewer for Theology.
Befriending Death, Facing Loss by James Woodward
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