Sometimes, the greatest gifts we give are the ones we give at the end. This inspiring, gripping book is packed with end-of-life giftswords of wisdom and lessons learned from people in their final days. In each chapter, we hear from a hospice worker who has spent hundreds of hours with the dying, listening to their stories, assisting their loved ones, and absorbing the hard, hopeful, and helpful truths about life that become most clear when death is near. In Lessons for the Living from the Dying, these workers pass those truths to us and invite us to live richer, better lives by drawing on the wisdom of those who have journeyed on.
Lois Mowday Rabey is an acclaimed author, speaker, and encourager who has been inspiring audiences nationwide for more than fifteen years. Her areas of expertise include women’s issues, relationships, and spiritual motivation. Lois has written articles for Discipleship Journal, Decision, Youthworker Journal, Single-Parent Family, and Mood. Her books include Daughters Without Dads and Coming of Age. Lois is the mother of two grown daughters and the grandmother of three. She lives with her husband, writer Steve Rabey, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.Steve Rabey is an award-winning writer, editor, and consultant who has published more than 2,000 articles in publications including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post. Steve has authored three dozen books, and consults with individuals, organizations and corporations wanting to hone their messaging.
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