Christopher L. Schilling is an ordained minister, healthcare chaplain, and writer. And welcome to his website consisting of reflections and articles at the crossroads of our own emotional and spiritual well-being. Specifically, as they relate to how we process loss, grief, and transition along our life journey.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Christopher is a graduate of Slippery Rock University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication with an emphasis in Journalism. Following college, he relocated to California, where he earned a Master of Divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary. In his professional career, Christopher worked in nonprofit management, public relations, and community outreach. He also is a freelance writer and has written articles on topics ranging from spirituality, mental health, and travel for publications such as Presbyterian Outlook, Good Faith Media, Pennsylvania Magazine, and Patheos.
Today, Christopher is an ordained minister and works as a hospital and military chaplaincy. He is also in graduate school to become a licensed mental health counselor. You can contact Christopher via email at clschilling (at) rocketmail (dot) com.
Opinions and views expressed on this website are sole of Christopher L. Schilling unless otherwise noted and cited. Content on this website does not reflect (nor is this website affiliated) with the US Department of Defense or any organization Christopher has served or currently serves.