P 88 'When I was in Hospital you Visited Me' (2004)

For many, going into hospital is like getting lost in a strange place. Under God's guidance, the hospital visitor can be a welcome companion on the journey.

This exploration of the bed-side encounter is born out of both theological reflection and the personal experience of the author and other patients he has interviewed. It will be a valuable guide to those involved in or considering this ministry.
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Author: Revd Simon Wilson

Simon trained for ordained ministry at Cranmer Hall, Durham. In 1992, he suffered serious life changing injury in a car crash and has since had over ten major operations. He is a Public Preacher in the Diocese of Norwich, a member of the Diocesan Healing Advisory Panel and co-ordinates 'RoadPeace in East Anglia,' an organisation working with those bereaved by or injured in road crashes. He is married to Veronica.

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