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Constantly Changing

Working in healthcare right now has been challenging and inspiring. Our hospital is constantly changing, trying to prepare for the worst case scenario. Some of these changes have brought about stressful situations as people try to adapt, but also as we try to explain these changes to patients and why their family can’t come in to see them right now. In these unique times though, it has been incredible to see the team work, bravery, and creativity that has developed as we try our best to help our patients and protect ourselves. The way I’ve seen our staff and even our community step up to support our patients and each other has been more than we could expect.

Fortunately, we are blessed not to be impacted as much as other places. Despite all our preparation and adaptations, the one thing I’ve seen most prevalent and in need of prayer is the fear many are experiencing. Our patients are fearful stepping into our ER with no idea what to expect or what is to come. And also and our staff is scared to think of what may happen during their shift and even more afraid to go home to their loved ones, not knowing what they bring.

As this fear ensues, it is becoming far more important that we pray. Pray that as people cry out in fear and loneliness, that they will hear our Lord calling to them. That they may find their hope and security in our God who is greater than any virus to ever touch this earth. Pray that they may turn to the only one who needs no mask and can’t be kept from entering our hospital. Pray for comfort, peace, and safety for each person and their family.

John 14:27
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.

Tyler Mosier