The Future of Chaplaincy & How to Heal discusses how the religious, spiritual, and secular demographics of the US are changing and, with them, the role of chaplaincy. How can any one person support the spiritual needs and development of college students? How does a chaplain serve patients and their families, from Atheist to Zoroastrian, dealing with life and death? How do the history of chaplaincy in the military and the emergence of chaplains for social justice activists inform what preparation for this role entails? After months of protests against systemic racism, bitter partisan battles, and social distancing amidst an ongoing global pandemic, how can we heal? Join Tahara Akmal, Wendy Cadge, Micky Scottbey Jones, and Joe Morrow for this rich conversation.