Sunday, January 29, 2012

What People Talk about Before They Die

Hospice chaplain Kerry Egan's piece says it all - our experience of God is in community, in family, however defined, however seen or unseen that may be.

"We don’t have to use words of theology to talk about God; people who are close to death almost never do. We should learn from those who are dying that the best way to teach our children about God is by loving each other wholly and forgiving each other fully -- just as each of us longs to be loved and forgiven by our mothers and fathers, sons and daughters."

Happy Lord's Day


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  2. It was interesting to read your article. I haven't overcome the greatest challenges of walking with God and having a relationship with him. But I'm trying and will do my best. I'm using review to be more informed.