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WHAT DOES DEATH HAVE TO DO WITH CHRISTMAS?

Set in the 1950’s with capable acting, The Gathering is a nostalgic, heart-warming Christmas movie. Unexpectedly, the opening scene introduces DEATH as a life-changing force in the form of a terminal diagnosis. The recipient, Adam Thornton (Ed Asner), is a powerful, proud businessman with a  strong personality and a back trail of broken relationships. His [...]

WHAT DOES DEATH HAVE TO DO WITH CHRISTMAS?2019-12-07T00:58:33+00:00

THE PEACE OF BEING PREPARED

Life is complicated and so is death. HERITAGE OF HOPE offers a thoughtful, loving way to help your people navigate the aftermath of your life as well as parts of the journey. We have prayerfully consulted experts, read books, and studied Scriptures to create the six-part Checklist in a six-part HERITAGE OF HOPE WORKBOOK, that [...]

THE PEACE OF BEING PREPARED2020-05-13T23:45:34+00:00

PLEASE DO 3 THINGS–

This year two dear friends of mine crossed the Finish Line of this life. Kami was a champion of Heritage of Hope from its beginning—giving generous verbal and financial support. As I left her lovely memorial service, her three adult daughters commended Heritage of Hope with amazement. Our folks took care of everything! The letter [...]

PLEASE DO 3 THINGS–2019-02-20T00:41:30+00:00

4 REASONS TO HOLD ANNUAL FAMILY MEETINGS

Give Permission To Talk About The End Of Life. It is said that social interaction is improved by avoiding the topics of death, taxes and religion. However, our emotional needs are not served when we remain silent about death in our close relationships. Too often, the person who is dying doesn’t want to scare his [...]

4 REASONS TO HOLD ANNUAL FAMILY MEETINGS2018-10-25T00:52:30+00:00