Diving into soul support of workers at sea

Stop for just a moment and think about what it would take to stop our world. One way would be if all the people who work at sea went on strike. Global supply chains are heavily reliant upon seafarers. National economies and the arrival of your latest international parcel require water ways to work.

Reverend Un Tay, Principal Chaplain with Mission to Seafarers in Sydney, recently told Ben McEachen on radio Hope Mornings what it takes to support those who work at sea and how community support makes such a significant difference to seafarers wellbeing.

Hear the interview at Hope 103.2 website:
Diving Into Soul Support for Workers at Sea – Hope 103.2 (hope1032.com.au)

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