Are you ready to let go?

“Internist James Abshire has encapsulated 30 years of medical experience and his own encounter with cancer into a remarkable exposition on life’s final journey.” —Dennis Sullivan, MD, Director, Center for Bioethics, Cedarville University

“James provides the necessary optics that empower us to live, love, and let go.” —Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President, NHCLC

“For anyone confronted with a terminal diagnosis or anyone who cares about them.” —Rob Moll, Christianity Today Editor-at-Large, author, The Art of Dying

“Combines medical expertise with evangelical faith…offers practical assistance to people facing terminal illness.” —William K Weigand, Catholic Bishop Emeritus

“In short, it prepares us. The good doctor has written us a most useful prescription!” —Rev. George Matranga, B.C.C. Hospice Chaplain

“Exudes faith, hope, and love, refocuses priorities, and brings an eternal perspective.” —Dr. Jeff Stephenson, Medical Director, St Luke’s Hospice, Plymouth, UK

“A winning game plan for the late innings of life. It hits a home run.” —Greg Vaughn, four-time Major League Baseball All Star

“Dr. Abshire’s book is on the top-most top shelf.” —Robert D. Orr, MD, CM, co-chair of the Healthcare Ethics Council, The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity

“Boldly addresses essential areas of concern for those facing their own imminent death or the death of a loved one.” —Kristina Kays, Psy.D., Assoc. Professor, GFU

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RELIGION / Christian Life / Death, Grief, Bereavement

Dr. James K. Abshire received a B.S. in Chemistry and B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and was a senior chemical engineer in the petrochemical industry prior to receiving his M.D. from Southwestern Medical School. He completed his residency at U. C. Davis and works as a Board Certified Internist in Sacramento, California. He lives with his wife and four children in the Sacramento area. In 2010, Dr. Abshire gained new insight for this book when he was given his own terminal diagnosis of lymphoma.