• Introduction to Aging, Death and Dying

    introduction to aging, death and dyingBy Joe Marino, RN, BSN   

    Were you ever around anyone who was going through the process of dying?

    If so, remember back to all the questions you had, the worries, how scared you and that person were. The unknown is very scary, ...

  • Loving Later Life: An Ethics of Aging

    loving later lifeBy Frits de Lange

    Encourages loving care
    of self and others
    during the last season of life

    Is loving later life possible? In our youth-obsessed culture, nobody enjoys growing old. We normally fear our own aging and generally do not ...

  • Midlife Meltdown

    midlife meltdownBy Janet Maccaro, Ph.D., CNC

    Midlife can be a springboard to a new and exciting era in your life. It is a time to answer the wake-up call of this timely book and start experiencing improved health, spiritual fulfillment, and long-lasting realtionships that will enrich and ...

  • Ministry To and With the Elderly

    ministry to and with the elderlyBy Timothy M. Farabaugh

    Ministry To and With the Elderly is a book that will help clergy, church leaders, and seminary students better understand the unique needs and abilities of the older members of our churches.

    This book is not simply another book ...

  • Should We Live Forever?: The Ethical Ambiguities of Aging

    should we live foreverBy Gilbert Meilaender

    Well-thought-out perspectives on living both long and well. 

    In Should We Live Forever? Christian ethicist Gilbert Meilaender puzzles over the implications of the medical advances that have lengthened the human life span, wrestling with what this quest for living longer ...

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