“It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.” Luke 5:31 The more I study scripture and specifically the life of Jesus, I find that Jesus spent time with all people, regardless of their status in society, level of education, abilities or disabilities, age, or color of skin. So, as a disciple … Continue reading L.O.V.E. W.E.L.L.
Life with Chronic Illness
Have you ever felt like you were dumped in a corked bottle against your own will, beaten and bruised by the seas and storms of life, yet stuck, unable to escape let alone explain? This is a small glimpse of what life can be like for someone with chronic illness. Affecting six out of every … Continue reading Life with Chronic Illness
Defining the disabled
On July 26th, 1990 President George H.W. Bush signed into law the American Disabilities Act. Upon recent celebration of its’ 30 years, one can acknowledge that progress has been made. Yet even in our world today, in 2020, just the word “disability” seems to have such a negative connotation for those suffering with visible and … Continue reading Defining the disabled
“Even if”… The healing doesn’t come
Have you ever known someone who has been very ill, but after the prayers of many, the person was miraculously healed?? Getting the opportunity to experience such firsthand or even as a witness can be an incredible bolster to one’s faith, as well as to the power of prayer. Although what happens when the healing … Continue reading “Even if”… The healing doesn’t come