Volunteer With Chronic Joy!



Illness and pain can make serving in traditional or culturally familiar ways challenging, but not impossible. We invite you to dust off your grace gifts, take a fortifying sip of courage, and link arms with us in the mission and ministry of Chronic Joy®. Make a difference, one precious life at a time.

Every believer has received grace gifts, so use them to serve one another as faithful stewards of the many-colored tapestry of God’s grace. (1 Peter 4:10 paraphrase)


Whatever your story, whatever hue and shade of God’s many-colored tapestry of grace, your voice is valued, your grace gifts make a difference, and you are vital and necessary. If you feel the Spirit’s gentle nudge to get involved, He’s already making a way and already preparing your place.

Want to get involved?


5 Easy Ways to Put Your Grace Gifts into Action & Volunteer!

1. Subscribe to our Blog, Devotionals, and Newsletters


  • Like, share, and comment on our posts.
  • Set up a Chronic Joy fundraiser for your birthday.

3. Service in a Box

  • Visit our store to purchase these easy-to-use sets (flat cards, envelopes, and professionally printed guides) to send a little #PenToPaper love to your dear ones, and your purchase supports the vital work of Chronic Joy.

4. Story Matters • Creatively Express Your Story

  • We can feel isolated and powerless when living with chronic illness, but what if your story begins to bridge those barriers? What if your story offers a glimmer of hope to someone standing at the edge of hopelessness?
  • Story Matters • Creatively Express Your Story is a great free resource to help you wrestle with your story.
  • When you’re ready, share your story with loved ones.

5. Ambassador of Intentional Kindness

  • Complete the form below to request a Service in a Box starter set. (Limit one. US residents only.)
  • Sign up for You Get Mail! Receive free, professionally designed and printed, old-school, #PenToPaper snail mail throughout the year. Each mailing includes two FREE flat cards, so you can continue to be an Ambassador of Intentional Kindness all year long.

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