Monthly Archives: May 2014

I Am Tired Of Doing and Just Want To Be

Today I started a personal journal and when I wrote these ten words “I am tired of doing and just want to be,” they brought tears to my eyes and I knew I need to figure this out. See, I … Continue reading

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Death As A Spiritual Event

One of my favorite quotes as a hospice chaplain states; “Death is a spiritual event with medical implications.” Gwendolyn London. I had the privilege and opportunity today to attend the death of a patient who died with his loving family … Continue reading

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Ministering to the Poor!

One of the most difficult aspects of my work as a hospice chaplain can be in ministering to the poor; whether the poverty is poverty in the economic sense, poverty of the spiritual realm or poverty in the emotional aspect. … Continue reading

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The Sacred Work of Grief.

In the matter of life and death, there is a sacredness of all human beings. We are created in love and created to love. We are created to be in relationship and community with others, and we are created to … Continue reading

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