Spirituality: A Prescription for the Medical Profession


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


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


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


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

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