“Your courageous planning and preparation are gifts,” writes Vern Farnum, “to those who will grieve your departure from this realm.”
Outlook editor Teri Ott explores burials that are kinder to the environment: No vault, no embalming, but sometimes, there are ducks.
Dana Moulds taps into her deep intuition to find her calling as a death doula.
A poem by Andrew Taylor-Troutman.
There’s no ‘right’ way, but there is a faithful way, writes Andy Gans.
Two Presbyterian pastors answer Godʼs call from the U.S. to South Korea — with many stops in between.
A poem by Dartinia Hull.
Joe Clifford discovers the real pilgrimage begins when the walking ends.
Amantha L. Barbee discovers that the step outside oneself is often where God is revealed.
Kathy Bradley’s experience with navigating the complexities of long-term care and the founding of Our Mother’s Voice.
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