“I am doing this because it might help others going through what I am going through.” This is what the Rev. Canon Ginny Doctor replied when asked why she agreed to be filmed weekly as she recovers from a life-threatening illness. Hospitalized since mid-July, Ginny expects to recover fully, but it is a long slow road. Her weekly reflections can be see online as “Ginny’s Journey” . In them she reveals what she has learned from this period of crisis and reflects that her faith has been strengthened by the support and prayers of Anglicans all over the world.
Ginny has been the Indigenous Ministries Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Canada since 2011. She has been involved in Indigenous Ministry for over twenty-five years, in both Canada and the US.
“God is not finished with me yet”, said Ginny recently. “he is preparing me for what will come next”. Ginny’s Journey will continue with weekly “chapters” of spiritual and personal reflection in the months to come. Ginny hopes to start an online conversation with others who are experiencing similar journeys and she asks all of us to pray for all those who are struggling on a road to healing.
- Chapter One. Where There Is Life…
- Chapter Two. The journey of healing continues
- Chapter Three. Love is at work here
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