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Death & Mourning
This web resource directs people in interfaith relationships to information about Jewish life, how to make appropriate choices, and how to mourn in a different tradition.
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Death and Resurrection of an Urban Church
This article details the story of an urban congregation in Indianapolis and how it adapted an asset-based approach that focused on the community needs.
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Dem Dry Bones: Preaching, Death and Hope
This resource draws upon Ezekiel 37 and African American spirituals to offer a unique insight into the way hope works amidst tragedy and death.
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The Good Funeral: Death, Grief, and the Community of Care
This resource provides insight into how a community of faith can help others experience fully and gracefully the experience of death and dying.
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Remembering Well: Rituals for Celebrating Life and Mourning Death
This book uses examples and practical suggestions to provide a guide on planning services and rituals after death.
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Amid Pandemic, The Way We Talk About Death is Changing
This heartfelt article describes how end-of-life care givers adapt their practices during COVID-19 to help people come to terms with loss.
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We Look for the Resurrection of the Dead
This article looks at the story of one church's closure and describes how signs of death and resurrection can co-exist simultaneously.
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Preaching Funerals in the Black Church: Bringing Perspective to Pain
This resource provides theological reflections and suggestions for clergy seeking to provide healing after a death.
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Living Well and Dying Faithfully: Christian Practices for End-of-Life Care
Drawing on the author's experience as a patient care practitioner and chaplain, this resource explores death in the context of faithful living.
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Living Thoughtfully, Dying Well: A Doctor Explains How to Make Death a Natural Part of Life
This resource uses scientific and spiritual perspectives to encourage readers to consider ways they can live more fully and plan proactively for death.
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