Daniel Joyce Evans Reflects on his Wife’s Death and Challenges Faced by the Health Care System in Time Magazine

In Time magazine the husband of the late Rachel Held Evans wrote about dealing with grief while navigating the health care system and dealing with paperwork and billing. This is another brief post recommending Daniel Joyce Evans read. 

“A life that touches others goes on forever.


the people dwelling in darkness
have seen a great light,
and for those dwelling in the region and shadow of death,
on them a light has dawned.”

Matthew 4:16 ESV

Rachel Held Evans

This blog has written a few articles about Rachel Held Evans and her death. You can read the articles below. 

  1. Rachel Held Evans in Her Own Words.”
  2. Reflecting on the Life of Rachel Held Evans June 8, 1981 – May 4, 2019.”
  3. Christian Writer Rachel Held Evans on Being Political.”
  4. Another Reflection on Rachel Held Evans: “It’s the Corruption Stupid.” Plus Other Challenges.”

In Time magazine the husband of the late Rachel Held Evans wrote an article talking about the challenges he faced in dealing with grief and paperwork after Rachel’s death. Dan speaks of the challenges that exist as a result of health care billing that is still going on in his life.  In addition its also a commentary on health care amidst the  COVID-19 pandemic. Now please understand I may not agree with everything that he is saying but give the subject matter I decided to do a brief post. You can read more in, “After My Wife Died I Was Consumed by Both Grief and Paperwork. We Must Work Together to Change the Medical System.”


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