You’ve got a friend

Thanks for friends! While in seminary I did a chaplain internship at Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta and was assigned to the cancer ward.  Part of my required reading was the 1969 epic On Death and Dying, written by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, MD, [1926–2004].  Kübler-Ross was a Swiss-born psychiatrist, and co-founder of the world-wide hospice movement. It was …

When I’m weak, then I’m strong

The Principle: Strength out of Weakness In our culture weakness is not a condition esteemed nor welcomed. It is to be avoided at all costs. We have created all sorts of coverups to conceal or deny weakness. Yet it is in the moments of weakness where God chooses to show his grace and power—not by …