Compassionate Careby Phd. John W. Walton
Dr. Walton is a
Dr. Walton says, "I had a hard time finding useful information from chaplains that had been 'in the trenches,' so I wrote this book intending it to be a single source for those that want information that will assist them in attending to the spiritual and physical needs of the seriously ill." Everyone will face serious illness or death of a loved one.
Dr. Walton is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, and Newburgh Theological Seminary and College of the Bible. He did his pastoral internship at a Missionary Alliance Church, but he claims no denomination. "The Holy Bible is the only authority I require." His love for those in imperfect physical or emotional health led him to pursue the chaplaincy. Dr. Walton is academically prepared, and is experienced with over 7,000 counseling and medical facility visitations. The material in this book will prepare you to help the spiritually needy, and the presentation of the material is almost certain to bless you and strengthen your faith.
"Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them. Every day begin the task anew." Saint Francis de Sales, (1567-1622)
Those dealing with the physical or emotional needs and behaviors of those on the journey to death, or those dealing with the difficulties of life-changing illness or injury need special wisdom.
This volume offers help and hope for those living in difficult circumstances. The circumstances of grief, depression, and the exhaustion that comes from dealing with the emotional and physical problems that attend life-changing illness or injury.
The book is devotional in nature and offers encouragement and understanding.
Read it and grow.
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