Posts by Gayl Wright

Gayl Wright

Gayl Wright

Chronic Joy® Content Coordinator and Prayer Team

Gayl is a writer, poet, amateur photographer, artist, nature lover, crocheter, and seeker of truth and beauty. She and her husband, Steve, have 7 kids and 14 grandkids, some have chronic illness and one son is with Jesus. Gayl was a church pianist for years and homeschooled her children. She has published poems at Spillwords Press and an article in Five Minute Friday: A Collection of Stories Written in Five Minutes Flat. Her desire in life is to glorify God and encourage others. Check out her blog: Words, Photos, and Art.

Sciatica and Metaphor: A Way to Process Pain

For the past few weeks, I have been dealing with sciatic pain – sometimes mild and sometimes excruciating. I had a hard time describing it to others. The Chronic Joy printable, Metaphor: The Language of Pain caught my eye. I thought to myself, Wow, that’s just what I need!


"Share in suffering as a good soldier of Christ Jesus." 2 Timothy 2:3

A Gentle Touch of Kindness and Love

Anything that helps another person can be a gentle touch of kindness - praying, smiling, sending an encouraging note or text. There are many instances in the Bible where Jesus used a gentle touch - in healing, blessing children, comforting.


"Jesus came up, touched them, and said,'Get up: don't be afraid.' When they looked up, they saw no one except Jesus alone." Matthew 17:7-8

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