The Stewart-Douglass Family Bible Program
Many patients and families have identified that key resource to be able to have a copy of the Bible. Therefore, upon request, patients and families may receive a Bible from a POP Volunteer Lay Chaplains, often a key resource for hope in the coping and healing process of healthcare treatments is needed. This program was established by Linda and Jack Douglass, who also serve as POP Volunteer Lay Chaplain. The Douglass’s, who because of their love of the Holy Scriptures and the opportunity to serve as POP Volunteer Lay Chaplain, desired to bring the Word to those in need.
Serving for many years in the hospital setting, The Douglass’s often share their love of God by being committed to their church and serving the sick and often those dealing with rehabilitation. With tremendous respect for their heritage of medicine and establishing healthcare facilities for the excellent care of people in communities, Linda and Jack continue to find themselves serving in healthcare communities.
“Our hope and prayer is that the love and light that shines through this beautiful and most necessary hospital ministry will continue to reach hearts and greatly expand the number of Spiritual Care Volunteers who will touch the hearts of those frightened and suffering in the hospital room and bring a strong sense of God’s presence to those in need.” – Linda and Jack Douglass
“When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy,” – Psalm 94:19 (NIV)
Mixed with great joy and sadness, the POP Organization shares the attached Obituary regarding our dear friend and Lay Chaplain, Mr. Jack Chambers Douglass [November 4, 31 – March 17, 2020]. POP is a finer ministry because of Jack’s tremendous contributions of spirit, wisdom, and service; all he attributed to God’s grace. https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/houston-tx/jack-douglass-9090519
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