Lisa Hendey shares thoughts on ways to leave a digital legacy and to digitally remember and pray for the souls who have gone before us.
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Browsing: Death and Dying
“How do you know your dad is in Heaven?” That was the pointed question that helped Lisa Schmidt understand how praying for the dead is one of the greatest acts of charity we can perform. Today the Church observes the Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls). In its honor, here’s the rest of the story.
Have you or someone you love experienced the pain of infant loss? The Embrace Ministry is holding its third annual Remembrance and Healing Walk for anyone who would like to remember a child lost due to miscarriage, still born or early infant loss.
Central Valley Embrace was formed as a ministry to help families who have experienced loss from miscarriage, still birth or early infant loss.
The Embrace Ministry is holding its second annual Remembrance and Healing Walk Sunday, October 26th for anyone who would like to remember a child lost due to miscarriage, still born or early infant loss.