Resources for World AIDS Day

By staff writers
November 24, 2008

And a Time to Die: The Pain and Love of a Journey Home with AIDS by Frances Bontrager Greaser

"Eloquent and well-written, 'And a Time to Die' describes the horror families and friends go through when they walk with a person who has AIDS but also offers hope, through God, for all concerned" — Grace Kraybill,

Time to Love: When AIDS takes a son, a friend by Helen M Hostetler

A moving personal story of a family's struggle with AIDS: the stigma, ostracism and pain which were transformed by God's grace into love and mercy and peace. A call to the church to truly love those whom AIDS affects.

Guide to HIV/AIDS Pastoral Counselling

Global Politics Of Aids

Explores power and politics at multiple levels, ranging from individual behavior to corporate boardrooms to international institutions and forces

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