e-book: £4.99

Published: February 2017

186 pages

ISBN: 978-0-9956832-0-4

Talking About Dying: Help In Facing Death & Dying

This book offers practical and spiritual guidance to those facing the death of a loved one, or their own terminal illness.

The four authors of Talking About Dying bring a depth of wisdom from their broad personal, pastoral and medical experience to shed light upon this hugely important subject. It will help people to address the many difficult issues that arise in a wide range of situations which are discussed with understanding and compassion.


  • Dr Philip Giddings

  • Rev. Martin Down

  • Dr Elaine Sugden

  • Dr Gareth Tuckwell

Foreword by Lord Mackay of Clashfern.

“Philip Giddings has profound and deeply reflected experience of personal loss and has, with much courage, brought this book together. It offers thoughtful, practical and pastoral advice on matters of death and dying. Sugden, Giddings, Down and Tuckwell offer their reflections on the Christian hope of resurrection and eternal life in Jesus Christ.”
The Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

“This is one of the most practical books I have come across on dying and the importance of talking about it. I commend it very warmly indeed for the guidance it offers and the hope it provides.”
The Rt Rev. James Newcome, Bishop of Carlisle, Church of England spokesperson for health in the House of Lords





Evangelicals Now review Talking About Dying

“We are often nervous about any conversation about death and shy away from it for fear of saying the wrong thing. However, this book urges us to open up conversations with…”