Christians often feel uncomfortable visiting people who are seriously ill. Often we would like to visit and offer some consolation from the gospel, but don’t know where to start. What would we say? In this article Kate Bradford seeks to prepare Christians, including health professionals and clergy, to visit the sick and dying with understanding and God’s love.
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