Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. ~ Helen Keller

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. ~ Helen Keller

Jeff began his partnership with Chronic Joy Ministry as we took our first fledgling steps, answering technical questions, helping when needed, and most importantly teaching us so we can grow. His guidance and support as a ministry partner has been invaluable.

 

Jeff’s passion for serving behind-the-scenes began when he was quite young, using his gifts and growing abilities across a wide array of audio/video teams at his church, making all things technical work seamlessly and smoothly.

 

Jeff PiquetteJeff and his wife Katie faithfully invested in Chronic Joy as our first monthly financial supporters, even before we knew what we were all about.

 

Jeff has been instrumental in:

 

  • purchasing domain names
  • developing and implementing a database
  • ongoing and sometimes seeming never-ending website support
  • many vital, strategic, behind-the-scenes places in the technical world

 

Without Jeff’s knowledge, expertise, and, his significant contribution of time we simply couldn’t do all we do today.

 

Jeff serves as Chronic Joy’s Information Technology Advisor, manages the website hosting, and provides ongoing support for our many technical needs. He is always a phone call away and cares for us as if we were a paying client.

 

His patient, unruffled demeanor and willingness to serve, faithfully and quietly behind-the-scenes continues today with his church, with Chronic Joy Ministry and with his family.

 

Jeff is a quiet, thoughtful, dedicated husband, father, son and IT professional, and we are deeply grateful for his continued and ongoing investment in Chronic Joy.

 

 

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Pamela Piquette

Pamela Piquette

Executive Director and Co-Founder of Chronic Joy®

Pamela is a leader and a visionary following God's call to inspire those affected by chronic illness, who believes that every precious life affected by chronic illness is both vital and purposed.

Pamela is the mom of three married children, grandma of three, and wife of more than 30 years. She is diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos, chronic migraines, and a host of other chronic conditions. She enjoys hot tea, reading and walking her teddy bear dog, Cocoa.

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To pray continually is to reorient from task to presence – less about constant communication than about abiding presence – leaning into a quiet and tender closeness with God.

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