Spiritual Support

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Is Nothing Sacred? (Sacred Oppression)

Faith-filled people bestow a level of practical reverence to the offices of pastor, deacon, lay minister, etc.  In addition to word and sacrament, protocols instruct believers and followers to concern themselves with justice, civil and human rights, community outreach and advocacy, which extends well beyond the physical walls of the church.  Those who’ve shared regarding their faith experiences, speak of a relationship with the minister (and or chaplain) that is purposeful, confidential, dictates mutual respect, and offers an anticipatory sense of hope and prophetic relief.

In what some would define as an act of blasphemy, a program initiated by a global leader in food processing offers spiritual support and edification to its oppressed and abused… Read more