Transforming Chaplaincy leadership published in new book
Three of Transforming Chaplaincy’s leadership team have been published in a new book from Springer. Project Coordinator Kathryn Lyndes and Co-Directors Wendy Cadge and George Fitchett co-authored “Online Teaching of Public Health and Spirituality and University of Illinois: Chaplains for the Twenty-First Century” in Why Religion and Spirituality Matter for Public Health, edited by Doug Oman. “Oman’s book is a landmark contribution to the conversation on spirituality and public health,” said Michael Skaggs, Transforming Chaplaincy Communications Director. “Our team is so grateful for the chance to have played a part in its publication. This highlights yet again how Transforming Chaplaincy is pushing the field in ways we couldn’t have understood a generation ago.” For more details, check out Springer’s info sheet on the book below and here.