Spirituality: A Prescription for the Medical Profession

2018-08-06T07:31:39-07:00

Spirituality—A Prescription for the Medical Profession by Rev. Barbara Harris August 2008 "Serious illness interrupts life, bringing ordinary life to a halt with the force of a natural disaster, reshaping life into unrecognizably new forms, where nothing is the same again. Catapulting those affected into soul crisis, illness surfaces existential questions such as,

Memento Mori

2018-06-17T23:40:01-07:00

Memento Mori by Rev. Vicki Joy McClure, MAPM, BCC December 2008 Rev. Vicki Joy McClure In my experience as a hospital chaplain, I face almost daily the reality that we are born, we live, and we die. Yes, it is a built-in condition of human existence that our lives flicker up

Falling Fruit

2018-08-08T17:02:12-07:00

Falling Fruit by Rev. Susan Shannon, M.Div. February 2009 "Do you not see how God compares a good word to a good tree? Its root is firm and its branches are in the sky; it yields its fruit in every season by God's leave." (Qur’an, Surah 14: 22)  Rev. Susan Shannon

Living Your Dying

2018-08-01T21:36:34-07:00

Living Your Dying By Rev. Wanika K. Stephens February 2014 Rev. Wanika K. Stephens When I first confirmed with Reverend Hardy the subject matter for tonight, "Living Your Dying," I thought, “What kind of foolishness is this?” Then I had to catch myself, because I realized that Reverend Hardy wouldn’t stick