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As a hospital chaplain, @jspark3000 is accustomed to being a calm, comforting presence for someone experiencing a medical crisis. In his latest book The Voices We Carry, J. S. draws from his chaplaincy work to explore how the voices we listen to (both internally and externally) affect our identity. Today, he draws from his experiences as a chaplain to help you navigate the fear, anxiety, and stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join J. S. to learn how to accept that it’s okay to be afraid, explore how fear can lead to wisdom, and evaluate how to care for yourself.
Hey friends, I did a video with my publisher Moody Publishers to talk about COVID-19.
I go through five points: How to approach the pandemic from a chaplain’s perspective—dealing with our fear, with each other, and with ourselves—and I directly address those who have tested positive for COVID-19 or have lost someone to it.
I hope even a single sentence will help you through this time.
(Also, this might be the first time you’ve heard my voice or seen me in video, I apologize in advance.)
God bless and much love to each of you, friends.