Dr. Saul Ebema My father always used to say, “Life is short!” as a little child, I didn’t know what he really meant until he died. The reality is that death is an inevitable part of the life cycle…. Read More ›
While age plays a big part in grief, we have to be careful not to minimize the impact of the loss to the bereaved.
Saul Ebema, D.Min. During my experience working with terminally ill patients as a Hospice Chaplain, I have noticed that the major concerns of terminally ill cancer patients with a prognosis of six months or less are existential, spiritual, familial, physical,… Read More ›
Dr. Saul Ebema. Culture can be defined as “a grouping of individuals who have some sense of commonality with respect to language, values, beliefs, norms, worldview, accepted behaviors, rituals, and practices.” Culture is a group’s way of life and its… Read More ›
By Dr. Saul Ebema.
Dr. Saul Ebema. Introduction One evening, I received an emergency death notification for one of the hospice patients. I had met this patient a few times prior to his death. He was a man of faith who had grown up… Read More ›