This picture is of registered nurses and surgical techs praying on the top of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. They prayed over the staff at the hospitals, the patients being treated, and all families affected by the changes this pandemic has brought on.
To pray is to turn over kingdoms.
To kneel in humility and uncertainty of the times toward the certainty of Love and Peace is an act of holy war against anxiety and fear.
To silence the voices of doom before the presence of God and stand in prayer for our colleagues fighting in every minute, here and all over the world.
"My hero and best friend, Chawntia, is a Nurse (RN, BSN) at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Thank you for staying strong and fighting the COVID-19 fight. My prayers are with you and all of our front line heroes each day!" - Melina G.
My brother is a Second Harvest Food Bank trick driver. These folks are hidden heroes!!!!! They begin super early in the morning going to grocery stores and other places gathering and dropping off food! - LeWayne Jones
My niece Ashley. She is one of the only nurses left on Labor/delivery floor. All other nurses were moved to Covid19 patients. Due to her pregnancy she is able to stay and care for the newborns and their mothers during this uncertain time.