"A Chaplain's Reflections" is a book in inspirational Christian poetry that was used during the eight years Mr. Bevington was Protestant Chaplain of Angela Hospice, Livonia, Michigan. By using scripture, stories, poetry and his harmonica, Mr. Bevington was able to help dying patients, their families and friends face their difficult times, giving them hope in place of despair.
|Publisher:||David Y Bevington|
|File size:||184 KB|
About the Author
David Y Bevington has been writing poetry and stories for twenty-five years. He loves to observe nature, has a deep faith in our Creator, God, enjoys people and looks for the best in all he sees. He has written a number of books of nature poetry; inspirational poetry; Poetry on biblical themes, subjects; a book of hospice stories and poems; a book of unique materials for a wedding, and a book of his experience of almost losing his faith through a battle with a stasis ulcer. He is married, with two grown children and four grandchildren. In his 'retirement' he still pastors two small churches in the area south of Buffalo, New York.