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Living Well and Dying Faithfully: Christian Practices for End-of-Life Care

(John Swinton). Wm. B Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2009.

Drawing on the author's experience as a patient care practitioner and chaplain, this resource explores death in the context of faithful living.

Offerings

faithful suffering, healing, perspective on end of life

Best For

clergy and pastoral caregivers

Cost

purchase as a book

Suggested Uses

  • Re-evaluate current end-of-life practices through a Christian viewpoint by studying the meaning of faithful suffering, healing, and hope.
  • Compare how contemporary culture views death versus the Christian perspective.

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Jan Goodyear

Jan Goodyear is a retired middle school language arts teacher. She retired after 33 years of teaching and has since educated herself on church transformation and applied that knowledge by consulting with churches on visioning, structure, leadership development, and Christian education. 

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