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Season 2, Ep 3: Finding God in Unexpected Places

December 13, 2021

A dissertation focused on clergy self care through interfaith dialogue & community. A deep love for Art History. Serving as an Associate Pastor and as a Hospice Chaplain. How can the various contexts we are placed in and the multiple roles we carry affect our pastoral ministry? Reverend Dr. Grace Park speaks to us about finding God in the most unexpected places and how our role as pastors is to lead others to do the same.

Host: ISAAC
Co-host / Sound Producer: Joana Choi
Music: Paul Choi

Disclaimer: The views, actions and affiliations of guests invited on this podcast do not always reflect ISAAC’S official stances; they belong to the guests. This podcast is a platform for voices to be shared and perspectives to be discussed.

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