O Heavenly God, My life is so filled with “stuff” that I often squeeze You out – please forgive me, Father. I want to make room for You. I know You pursue me. And when I don’t pursue You, You come looking. Because You want my growth and perfection, You will dethrone my other idols, even if it hurts me. When that happens, give me eyes to see Your care and instruction instead of being hurt, resentful, and short-sighted. Guard me from Satan’s deception so I can see Your love clearly in these encounters. I pray this in the name of the One whom You sent to make room in me for You, Jesus Christ; And all God’s children say – AMEN!
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Rev. Liz Danielsen - Biographical Notes

Ordained Minister, Assemblies of God

• Nationally endorsed Health Care Chaplain, Assemblies of God

• Theological training - Global University, Springfield, Missouri

• Clinical Pastoral Education training – Somerset Medical Center, Sommerville, New Jersey (emphasis on
  hospital and hospice ministry)

• Specialized training and certification as a Bereavement Facilitator - American Academy of Bereavement

• Death and Grief Studies Certification - Center for Loss and Life Transition in conjunction with Colorado
  State University, including

     • Comprehensive Bereavement Skills Training

     • Understanding and Responding to Complicated Mourning

     • Counseling Skills Training

     • Creating Meaningful Ceremonies--Becoming a Ritual Specialist

     • Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Grief

• Member, Association of Professional Chaplains; National Hospice Organization; Virginia Chaplain’s

• Instructor - Drew Theological University, St. Elizabeth’s College and Sussex County Community College

• Ministerial committees - Hospital Chaplain’s Association Committee, Professional Advisory Committee,
  and Ethics Committee

• Hospital and Hospice Chaplain (8 years) Newton Memorial Hospital and Karen Ann Quinlan Center of Hope
  Hospice (14 years), New Jersey

    • Developed an individual spiritual care plan which demonstrated an effort to work in close collaboration
      with local clergy

    • Established ten bereavement groups and training of volunteer to assist staff members to facilitate
      the groups

    • Established a Clergy Grief Support Group

    • Offered three-month courses to the community twice a year on “Coping with Loss from a Biblical 

    • Established two Interfaith Memorial Services a year for Hospice families, staff and the community

• Chaplain - Culpeper Regional Hospital (nearly 3 years)

• Chaplain - Hospice of the Rapidan (5 years)