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Journeys to Home

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Author Janna Benson Kontz took the job of hospice chaplain as a stopgap, filling the time until she was called to serve at a church. She had no idea that hospice work would turn out to be her true calling.

Journeys to Home presents a poignant trip across the prairie and into the heart of a hospice chaplain. These powerful stories of spirituality and faith seek to touch you
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Paperback, 72 pages
Published January 7th 2013 by Inspiring Voices
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Kathy
Jun 18, 2013 Kathy rated it it was amazing
Janna Benson Kontz....I am a huge believer in fate and that is just what happened when I ran into you this morning. For those of you looking for a great read....pick up her book Journeys to Home.... I am a strong believer in that people come into your life for a reason....we can all learn from, grow from and be touched by many right up to life's end. Here, Janna has shown how getting back to the "basics" and "life's little lessons" truly do make a difference. I belonged to Janna's last church ...more
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