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I started something new as a spiritual discipline during Lent 2016 called, “Got a Minute?“ “Got a Minute” is a one minute video reflection as a Chaplain on subjects that give hope and encouragement. Remember that you are loved more than you know.  God’s peace be with you. (Here’s a sample of a “Got a Minute” video […]

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A Witness

When we listen to another person’s perspective of an event you both attended, it is like turning a beautiful piece of cut glass to see the many different hues sparkle and often we appreciate them even more.  My friend Bil Hitchcock from Montgomery, AL, shared his perspective when he attended my ordination as an Episcopal […]

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In Times Like This

As a Chaplain in a Level One Trauma Center with approximately 1,140 beds, and an outpatient clinic that sees 1,500 persons daily, we see a lot of miracles every day. People have surgeries of every kind here, others participate in specialized treatments, and still others receive life-giving medicine.  Hopefully all receive care and compassion from […]

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