A Word from a Chaplain
Hope in Waiting at Evenings at the Hospital Rick Durance, Spiritual Care Intern As an evening shift chaplain, I see a lot of waiting. By the time I end up walking the floors, the day is almost over. Our day-time staff are busily finishing those last visits or last emails before they leave. Many of … Continue reading Hope in Waiting
We want to hear from you! What online content do you want to see from us? The Spiritual Care Department at Michigan Medicine is looking for feedback on what you would like to see in our online sites and social media. Through your feedback, we aim to better serve our patients, staff, and community by … Continue reading Make your voice heard! Take our survey!
By Chaplain Resident Deborah Metcalf Theologian Amos Yong addresses a beautiful theology of relationship in his book Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity. The point of his book is to be in relationship, and where relationship fails, connection is lost, and injustice exists. Yong speaks to this in defining the image of … Continue reading A Christian Perspective on Loving Relationship
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