Chaplaincy Is Evangelism

I sometimes hear murmurings in the Church about how the kind of work that I do isn’t “evangelistic” enough to really count. There is a certain clique within Christianity that believes that any work that doesn’t include leading a person in the “Sinner’s Prayer,” or having and altar call at the end of every service, … Continue reading Chaplaincy Is Evangelism

Pain is a Teacher

As I get older (I am often referring to myself lately as “middle aged,” as young adulthood fades into the past as a faint memory), I am experiencing more pain in my everyday life. Things that never used to cause stress or injury can now suddenly change the course of my whole day–the way my … Continue reading Pain is a Teacher