I have been amazed at how God takes inadequate vessels and uses them for His glory. It is all a part of the grace issue. None of us deserve the call God has placed on us. We have in no way earned it. It is a blessing bestowed which means nothing less than our best in return.
Chaplain Morris is currently an Associate Chaplain at Sentara Obici Hospital. He served as the full time chaplain from August 7, 2006 and retired on September 30, 2011. He has been a part of the volunteer chaplain program at Obici for nine years. His ministry also includes pastoral counseling and educational ministry.
Chaplain Morris received his Bachelor of Divinity and the Master of Theology degrees from Roanoke Theological Seminary in Elizabeth City, NC. He also served as a Professor of Theology at Roanoke Theological Seminary. He has a background in Bio-Medical Engineering. He was formerly employed by a medical group in Suffolk, Va., where he served on the administrative staff and coordinated the Bio-Medical Engineering Department. Seminary.
Chaplain William H. Morris
Sentara Obici Hospital
2800 Godwin Boulevard
Suffolk, Virginia 23434