Dr. Arnold Hoskins, M.Th., D.Mgt. is a licensed Pastor at a United Methodist Church where he teaches and preaches the Bible to a multi-cultural community. Through his homeless ministry, Dr. Hoskins and his partnerships have transitioned 54 families from homelessness to housing.
Dr. Hoskins is also a clinically trained Chaplain at the University of Chicago Medicine, specializing in palliative care. As a crisis intervention professional, Dr. Hoskins supports patients, families, physicians, and staff members through emotional trauma. Dr. Hoskins is known for his empathy and counseling of those who suffer from grief, depression and loss.
Dr. Arnold Hoskins is a father of 4 adult children and holds a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from McCormick Theological Seminary, a Doctorate in Management in Organizational Development and Change from Colorado Technical University, along with other certifications in his field. Dr. Hoskins has 20 years’ experience as a pastor, preacher, bible teacher and men’s ministry leader, developing and coordinating student curriculums, retreats and seminars. He resides in Westmont, Illinois.
Work It Out/Walk It Out: Start a work out regiment and exercise a couple of times a week.; take a walk through the neighborhood to clear your mind and allow nature to refresh you. This is something you can do with a friend.
Wind Down: Connect with your inner peace. Relax. Turn on some soft music, meditate, take a nice hot bath, or enjoy a massage.
Live Their Legacy: Honor your love ones through annual celebrations, start a foundation of their cause, create a college fund in their name, or establish a similar memorial for them to be remembered.