aren't meant to "do" this journey
alone. It takes just moments to connect
with someone who shares your faith and
journey of chronic illness and daily pain.
They've been there. They've heard it.
They've prayed it. And now... they're
here to encourage you!
People who use their religious
faith to cope are significantly less depressed,
even when taking into account the severity
of their physical illness. In fact, the
clinical effects of religious
coping showed the strongest benefit among
those with severe physical disability.
might start with our Rest
Ministries Sunroom. There we have
pen pals, groups for various illnesses,
groups of encouragement, groups for parents
such as moms with illness, dads with illness,
adoptive parents with illness, parents
of a chronically ill child, just men,
share and prayer and many more. We re
recommend first signing up for our daily
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