Ecclesiastes 4:12 (NIV) Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.
God-Living Girls, a group for women with Chronic Pain or Illness
This Non-Profit Ministry was co-founded by the author
of the great book,
Cindee Snider Re is a compassionate follower of Jesus
who has walked the road of Chronic Illness
herself, and with members of her family.
This Ministry offers many personal stories,
encouragement, and resources for
those of us who may feel alone in this journey.
Click on the link above to find out more about this
And finally, here is one more link for the Chronic Illness
support group that has ties with Joni and Friends.
This Ministry is called:
and was founded more than 20 years ago
by a fellow Rheumatoid Arthritis warrior.
Click on the link above to find great Devotionals,
support groups, and information about
local small groups in your area.
My prayer for you is that you would never feel
cut off, or alone
in this journey of walking
through Chronic Illness.
Jesus has ways
to bring you the help
that HE knows is so needful.
He wants to place you in the part of His Body
where you belong.
Next weekend, as the final part of this GLEAN & LISTEN
“series within a series,”
I hope to share a list of a few books that
have meant the most to me in these early days of
walking with Chronic Illness.
This is Day 23 of the #Write31Days Challenge.
I am so blessed to be walking with you through
these #31 Days of Listening with Chronic Illness.
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6 thoughts on “Day 23: Glean and Listen Part 3”
Bettie, the beautiful verse from Ecclesiastes which you open with is a favourite of mine and a wonderful portrayal of Christian marriage, as well as community. We are definitely all stronger together! I love the informative links you have provided. Chronic Joy Ministry is one I know and receive posts from. Cindee Snider Re is a beautiful, kind and generous soul who I have been privileged to collaborate with in sharing poetry enhanced by her awesome images. I've yet to read her book but it's on my wish list!
Rest Ministries intrigued me, so I clicked over and requested to join their Facebook community. I am careful not to overstretch myself in that area and rarely engage in the groups I am already involved in, but this one seems specifically geared to my needs.
Thank you for sharing this helpful info to support those with chronic illness. Such groups provide a valuable service and needful listening ear, especially to those new to the altered lifestyle which having chronic illness imposes on us. Bless you, dear friend! xox
Dear Joy, Oh, yes that verse is such a good one for joining together with Christ! I am so glad that you and Cindee know each other! I feel blessed to have such beautiful connections! I hope that the Lord continues to bring you just the right amount of involvements that He knows you need. I am finding it to feel like a tightrope somedays, but I know that He will set my feet where they need to be. Bless you on this last week of our #Write31Days Challenge my friend! xoxo
Bettie: Thank you so much for listing the communities. I joined the fb one. Happy Monday Blessings to you, and all who read this comment!
Hi Kim, Oh I am so glad you were helped by these connections, and could join in! I pray that they are a blessing to you going forward! Happy Monday to you too, dear sister! –Blessings!
Thanks for being a being a beckon of hope in a suffering community. I have a friend who I am sending to your blog.
Thank you, Debbie, for all of your encouraging words! I will pray for your friend, that God will be near and bring support. –Blessings to you!