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At the Edge of Life: Conversations When Death Is Near Paperback – September 1, 2014
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"I applaud the publication of Richard Morgan's book on end-of-life conversations. It is a much-needed resource for understanding a Christian preparation for dying." --Wesley F. Stevens, DMin Chaplain, Holly Hall Retirement Community Houston, Texas
"Drawing on decades of personal and pastoral experience, Richard Morgan tells us moving stories of living, dying people. He grounds us solidly in scripture, prayer, and reflection, and gently shows us how to talk with one another about some of life's most important questions. With his sure and seasoned guidance, we find that we have nothing to fear, and so much to gain from these conversations. Families, caregivers, pastors, chaplains all of us who stand At the Edge of Life will want to keep this inspiring book close at hand." --Kathleen Fischer, Author of Forgiving Your Family: A Journey to Healing
About the Author
Richard L. Morgan, a retired Presbyterian (USA) pastor, stays busy writing and volunteering in pastoral care and as chapel director at the Redstone Highlands retirement community near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In addition to his seminary training, he has an MA in Counseling and training in clinical pastoral education. He is the author or coauthor of 20 books. For more information, see Morgan's website: richardmorganauthor.com. Two PowerPoint presentations are available through his website: "Dementia and Beyond" and "Pilgrimage into the Last Third of Life."