Archive for the ‘Death/Grief’ Category

The Good Die Young

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD It was over a decade ago that I got the dreaded call from my older brother, Richard. I looked down at my cell phone to see his name light up. I knew that he had been in to see the doctor that week for a prognosis on his pancreatic cancer. When I […]

When You Lose A Loved One!

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD My wife and I visited her brother this past week, who is suffering from the ravages of cancer. It has been a very painful time for both of us.  Witnessing a loved one suffering brings out the deepest emotions of love and compassion.  I was reminded of the last time I sat […]

Best Known For…

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD A few years ago a Hollywood actor tragically died  due to a drug overdose.  He was best known for… He was best known for…(fill in the blank), is a common byline for newspapers when they report on someone’s death.  That is, if they are ‘best known’ for something or anything.  When I […]

Shoulders Wet With Tears

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD I really can’t explain it but it happened.  In 2002 my mother passed away and I thought I was handling her loss very well.  Then, one Sunday, a few weeks after my mother died, a fellow church member came up to me and gave condolences regarding my loss.  I felt tears start to swell in […]

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