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Almost Out of Energy

by Guest Blogger Marilyn Harris, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Psalm 34:8 O taste and see that the Lord is good; happy are those who take refuge in him. A child and his mother were behind me in the security line at the airport. At one point during the wait the child said to his mother: [...]

Almost Out of Energy2020-10-29T10:07:30-04:00

A Memorial in 2020

by Annemarie Rogers Halfpap I will begin by saying that my mother lived a very long and full life. She was born January 26, 1926 in Brighton, England. She lived through WWII, its aftermath and recovery. She was highly educated for a woman of the time, as a draftswoman, and later a drafting engineer. My [...]

A Memorial in 20202020-10-12T11:30:41-04:00

Me, My Mask and My Bible

My mask might protect you; your mask might protect me. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/about-face-coverings.html Denise Viker, BSN, RN Here is the thing- I DO NOT WANT TO GET SICK. There, I said it.  I have lots of reasons for not wanting to be sick, so I do everything I can to stay well. If you know [...]

Me, My Mask and My Bible2020-09-21T19:54:42-04:00

Stay Healthy Mentally During a Pandemic

By Guest Vloger Denise Viker, BSN, RN, HMA Vice-President Join our own Denise Viker as she shares ideas on how to Stay Healthy Mentally During a Pandemic.       https://youtu.be/FvWmSVYBUQ0

Stay Healthy Mentally During a Pandemic2020-08-21T09:27:41-04:00

Pilgrimage

By Guest Blogger Ruth Syre, MSN, RN-BC Faith Community Nurse  This piece was originally written as an online devotion for the church I belong to and serve as a Faith Community Nurse: Winter Park Presbyterian, Wilmington, NC. We began sharing online devotions early on in the pandemic, as we were forced to find alternative ways [...]

Pilgrimage2020-09-29T11:37:19-04:00

Planning For End-Of-Life . . .

To all of my HMA friends, no matter your age, please take the time to read this article linked below. Not the easiest topic, but timely. When we are hearing the deaths from COVID, these numbers are translated to lives. People. Family members. NOW is the time to pull out your advanced directives and read [...]

Planning For End-Of-Life . . .2020-08-21T09:30:25-04:00

Contagious Living

by Guest Blogger Marilyn Harris, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Psalm 42:5 Why are you cast down, O my soul? And why are you disquieted within me? Hope in God, for I shall yet praise Him for the help of His continence. I have numerous daily devotional books on my bookshelf that I read on a periodic [...]

Contagious Living2020-05-07T11:47:36-04:00

Setting Boundaries in Ministry

by Guest Blogger Sharon Becker, RN: While on a call today with a church friend it occurred to me that people often have trouble setting boundaries to maintain their personal health and well being. My friend shared that one fellow congregant really brought her down during their conversations. The woman has considerable physical and mental [...]

Setting Boundaries in Ministry2020-05-07T11:45:44-04:00
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