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Seeing Only the Stick

My five-year-old daughter and I often walked through an old cemetery to reach the local playground. One day she saw someone push a rod into the soil near ...


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Famous Last Words

The following are the last words spoken by famous individuals:

"Nothing matters. Nothing matters." —Louis B. Mayer, film producer; died October 29, ...


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Website Guards Against "Dissing the Dead"

The laws of etiquette proclaim that we should not speak ill of the dead—especially the recently deceased. There is one place, however, where this ...


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Absent from the Body, Present with the Lord

The funeral for Pastor Bob Russell's father was held on a cold, blustery day in Pennsylvania. The roads were too bad for cars to go to the cemetery after ...


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Tony Campolo Experiences Powerful Moment at Funeral

I went to my first black funeral when I was 16 years old. A friend of mine, Clarence, had died. The pastor was incredible. From the pulpit he talked about ...


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Dying Man Wants Celebration at His Funeral

On the afternoon of May 2, 1990, I heard holy things. I was visiting Larry Hildreth, a father and husband from our church in Pennsylvania. He was in his ...


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Widow Shares Source of Hope with Grieving Sister-in-Law

In a Bible study entitled It Had to Be a Monday, Jill Briscoe writes about the death of a Christian friend. During the funeral visitation, the deceased ...


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Not Dead—Asleep

Every once in a while, you hear a stunning story about loved ones who are notified of a death in the family that hasn't actually happened. In this case, ...


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A Faith That Does Not Shrink from Death

We have a faith that does not shrink from death. The fundamental concern of our faith is both to reveal with fearsome accuracy the nature of death, and ...


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Film Explores Spiritual Questions in Death, Loss, and Grief

Rabbit Hole is a 2010 film about a young couple trying to come to terms with the death of their four-year-old son, who died eight months earlier in a ...


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