46 min

The Voices We Carry and How They Impact Our Perception of Ourselves and God w/ J.S. Park Abundant Grace

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120.  The Voices We Carry and How They Impact Our Perception of Ourselves and God w/ J.S. Park

In this episode, Emily sits down with J.S. Park to talk about his book The Voices We Carry:Finding Your One True Voice in a World of Clamor and Noise. This episode of Abundant Grace, Emily and J.S. Park uncover how the voices we carry have an impact on how we perceive ourselves and how we perceive God. 
J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain, a published author, and a viral blogger. He has been an Interfaith Chaplain for seven years at a 1000+ bed hospital that is designated a level 1 trauma center. His role includes grief counseling, attending every death, attending every trauma and code blue, staff care, and supporting end of life care. He also served as a Chaplain at one of the largest non-profit charities for the homeless on the east coast for three years. J.S. has a Masters in Divinity, a Bachelors in Psychology, and is also a sixth degree black belt in Taekwondo! 
J.S. Park has been deeply involved in the ministry for years. His thoughts and stories have helped countless people to deal with the voices that we all carry. Be sure to check out J.S. Park and his work over at: https://jsparkblog.com/
We hope that you enjoy this episode. If you have any thoughts on this episode we would love to hear them over on Instagram. 

120.  The Voices We Carry and How They Impact Our Perception of Ourselves and God w/ J.S. Park

In this episode, Emily sits down with J.S. Park to talk about his book The Voices We Carry:Finding Your One True Voice in a World of Clamor and Noise. This episode of Abundant Grace, Emily and J.S. Park uncover how the voices we carry have an impact on how we perceive ourselves and how we perceive God. 
J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain, a published author, and a viral blogger. He has been an Interfaith Chaplain for seven years at a 1000+ bed hospital that is designated a level 1 trauma center. His role includes grief counseling, attending every death, attending every trauma and code blue, staff care, and supporting end of life care. He also served as a Chaplain at one of the largest non-profit charities for the homeless on the east coast for three years. J.S. has a Masters in Divinity, a Bachelors in Psychology, and is also a sixth degree black belt in Taekwondo! 
J.S. Park has been deeply involved in the ministry for years. His thoughts and stories have helped countless people to deal with the voices that we all carry. Be sure to check out J.S. Park and his work over at: https://jsparkblog.com/
We hope that you enjoy this episode. If you have any thoughts on this episode we would love to hear them over on Instagram. 

46 min