December 7, 2021

Human Tragedy or Comedy Divine?

by Rebekah Domer

You can’t distract the dying from the urgency they feel to make their final appointment.

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December 23, 2020

Where There is Despair, Hope

by Rebekah Domer

It is lonely in my cinderblock apartment when I return home from the hospice ward. After a long day I carry a jumble of...

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April 5, 2019

A Cross and a Rose

by Rebekah Domer

“You’re not going to find it easy to see Solomon,” a nurse whispered as I began my rounds as chaplain at the hospice. The...

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January 7, 2019

Beyond Loneliness: Is There a Cure?

by Rebekah Domer

Graham’s story is not as unique as we might like to believe. Loneliness is becoming endemic, especially in developed nations...

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