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Photo courtesy of Dr Kenny Tan.
CEO of St Luke’s ElderCare Dr Kenny Tan has launched his fourth poetry book, Wounded Healer: Inspirations for Lent, to raise funds for St Luke’s ElderCare.
The book is a personal journey of healing and restoration for the Easter season. Each poem delves into the themes of repentance, redemption, healing and hope that are central to the Lenten journey.
With its powerful use of language and illustrations, Wounded Healer will guide and enlighten your path as you embark on your personal journey of spiritual reflection.
Included in the book is a foreword by Emeritus Bishop Robert Solomon of The Methodist Church in Singapore as well as reflections on the poems by readers and pastors.
For every donation of $150, you will receive a copy of Wounded Healer: Inspirations for Lent. The funds raised will support the work of St Luke’s ElderCare and will go to the Healing Gets A Helping Hand Wound Care Fund which enables elders with financial difficulties to get their much needed wound treatment.
Donations are tax-deductible and are eligible for dollar-for-dollar matching from the Community Silver Trust (CST) Fund.
Click here to donate.
About the organiser:
St Luke’s ElderCare is committed to caring for elders in the community through services provided in nursing home sited in Ang Mo Kio, 23 senior care centres located island-wide and through the homes of the elders.
It delivers a full range of integrated services and programmes for elders that include centre-based, community-based, home-based and residential-based services.
These services are designed to benefit elders who have suffered physical disabilities as a result of strokes, falls or accidents, as well as the frail and lonely who have no one to look after them.