Why the Loneliness Epidemic Is a Gospel Opportunity

People ache for meaningful connections. Loneliness has become an epidemic plaguing nearly half of our population. But through the gifts of time, fellowship, and communion with God, Christians can rise to care for the lonely-hearted and present the gospel to people longing for fellowship everlasting. Learn more in this seminar at the intersection of social isolation, public health, and the gospel.

: December 29, 3:15 pm
: ICC 203-204
Rev. Dr. Sam D. Kim

Rev. Dr. Sam D. Kim is a Harvard-trained ethicist and co-founder of 180 Church, near Union Square in downtown Manhattan. He was appointed as a research fellow in Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics and part of Harvard Catalyst, where he explored the inequities surrounding health, immigration, and social policies. He is the author of the upcoming title A Holy Haunting: Why Faith Isn’t a Leap But a Series of Staggers from One Space Place to Another. He lives in NYC with his wife Lydia and their two sons.

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