Reflections on Death, Dying, and Bereavement: A Manual for Clergy, Counselors, and Speakers
Primarily addressing clergy that may be officiating at a memorial service or is attempting to console the bereaved, this slim volume offers advice on what one should keep in mind in the events of the deaths of young or elderly parents, spouses, children, and siblings. The author first reviews and summarizes some of the thoughts about death and grie
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