Life is full of good-byes. A child grows up and leaves for college or military service. A neighbor moves to another state. A loved one is dying. Sometimes we face seasons when we must say good-bye to security and safety, to prosperity, to a cherished dream. One of the rich ministries we can have in people’s lives is to know the words to speak at such times. Jory Fisher and Kim Crabill explore the kinds of “last words” that can keep a person grounded and moving forward with hope even though the future holds a lot of unknowns.
Kim Crabill is founder and president of Roses and Rainbows Ministries, Inc., and Community COFFEEs, the author of several books, including Burdens to Blessings, and a nationally known speaker. For more information about Kim Crabill and her ministries, visit www.rosesandrainbows.org.
A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.
Piano solo by David Nevue.