When: Saturday 7 November 2020
Hosted by: CMF
We live and work in an age of confusion about who we are, why we are, and what gives us value. Many of the patients we care for struggle with these questions and the hollow answers given them by the world. Even as believers, we too can be weighed down by the many cares and anxieties of life, and lose sight of who, why and what we are. Psalm 139 shares with us the incredible truth that we are "fearfully and wonderfully made" in God's image; intimately known, pursued and loved by Him; and that every day of our lives is mapped out in His divine purpose. Let's explore this scripture together and consider how it can be medicine to our own souls, as well as how we can apply it to our medical ethics, our practice, and care for our patients.