When the Dying Speak

How to Listen to and Learn from Those Facing Death

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ISBN: 978-0-8294-1685-5
Paperback | 210 pages

In this collection of poignant and hope-filled stories about people who are dealing with death, Ronald Wooten-Green draws on his experience as a caregiver for his dying wife and as a hospice chaplain to give us a glimpse of the spiritual reality known only by those nearing death. From conversations with unseen visitors to visions of long-dead ancestors, When the Dying Speak reveals the unique phenomena surrounding death and helps us listen to and learn from those at the end of their earthly journeys. Scripture passages, biographical sketches, and thought-provoking questions provide spiritual and historical perspective while encouraging self reflection.

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Ron Wooten-Green

Ron Wooten-Green is a hospice chaplain with Hospice Preferred Choice, Inc., in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and is adjunct faculty at Iowa Western Community College and Creighton University.

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