This was going to be a hurt I couldn't kiss and make better. While you can't call the child's illness good, you can choose to look for God's provisions.
Shelly Esser Posts
Ken shares how God has gifted him grace as a caregiver. ...care of his quadriplegic wife, Joni Eareckson Tada, who is not only wheelchair bound...
Taking up the ministry of burden-bearing and inviting ourselves into the sacred places of their pain and sorrow helps them to carry the load.
Pamela Piquette and Cindee Snider Re are walking alongside the chronically ill to help them find hope, purpose, worth, and joy, one precious life at a time.
How easy it is to get bogged down in the darkness of our circumstances. Often, the last thing we think about in affliction is being fruitful.