Monday, December 06, 2004

In the School of Death

After watching my father struggle to breathe on his deathbed, I cannot believe that there are 21 irrefutable laws of anything any more.


Several years before his Alzheimer’s set in, my father told me his two regrets about the ministry: (1) that he had spent so much time at work, and so little time with us in the living room where he would die, and; (2) that he could not do it all over again.

Earl Creps shares what he's learned from the recent death of his dad.

Andrew Jones has been in this school as well lately and earl's post reminded me of some thoughts we posted some time ago.

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