Contributing Writer: Irvine Saint-Vilus
Let's face it! People were adept at wearing masks long before COVID-19 was ever on the scene. The stark reality is that many people display smiles on the outside, but inside they are suffering from broken hearts. That emotional pain can be excruciating and unbearable since there is no known physical cure for it. When a person experiences a broken heart, their spirit is crushed, and their life's vitality is sapped out of them like dry bones.
A friend once told me, "My heart is broken into a million pieces over my children because they don't contact me." Then, sometime later, I met with the same friend again, and things were different.
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Irvine is a published author, worship leader, instructor, and speaker. Over the past two years, she worked as an instructional assistant helping autistic students in the school system. Irvine also had the privilege of working as a chaplain in a hospital setting, which allowed her to minister to patients, staff and work in a team environment where collaboration and accountability were essential. Irvine received a Bachelor's degree in English at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; a Master's degree in Divinity, and a School Counseling degree at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/torrie-w-slaughter/message