Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches

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Abingdon Press, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 63 pages
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Our best decisions about life's most important events are seldom made in a time of crisis. Living Fully, Dying Well is a book designed to assist us in making careful, wise and prayerful preparation for meeting life's most important moments.

This book can be read alone or part of the eight session study see the  Living Fully, Dying Well Planning Kit  for more information about the study or view a sample video clip here.

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User Review  - Barbara - Goodreads

Very useful curriculum to engage congregation in discussions of attitude and preparation for ministry during life and end of life; death inescapable. Read full review

Review: Living Fully, Dying Well Participant Book

User Review  - Goodreads

Very useful curriculum to engage congregation in discussions of attitude and preparation for ministry during life and end of life; death inescapable. Read full review

Contents

A Calendar for Church Use
1
in Statistical and Historical Section
227
Surveys of Religion in American Life
273
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Rueben Job, a retired United Methodist bishop, was formerly world editor at The Upper Room. He is the author of A Guide to Prayer for Ministers and Other Servants and A Guide to Retreat for All God's Shepherds. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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