Welcome to Broken and Mended

This website was previously only a blog, but slowly became a place where I could share information about how to join our local support group, even if you lived far away. But a lot of things happened in 2021, and this website will no longer be primarily a blog. I will still write posts or invite guest writers from time-to-time. When I do, you will find them at the same place…right here (below)!

Now that we have been blessed to expand Broken and Mended to other locations this becomes the hub to learn how to be a group leader and apply to lead a group, get to know our staff and board, learn about the Broken and Mended story, check out other helpful blogs and resources about chronic pain, and make a tax deductible donation! Just see the tabs above!

2021 has been an eventful year! We incorporated as a nonprofit, formed a board, published our first two books–a leadership guide for group leaders and a participant’s guide for group members–, developed multiple informational materials for recruiting new groups, started our first groups outside of Woodward, and updated our website!

If you are hurting, we are sorry that has been your lot, but we are glad you found us. At Broken and Mended we strive to connect hurting people to Jesus and each other. Please reach out to us at info@brokenandmended.com. We would love to hear your story and discover how we may serve you!

Book for Group Members
Book for Leaders

About David Heflin

I blog about topics related to the Christian faith and the struggle of chronic pain. I have ankylosing spondylitis and have dealt with chronic pain since 2011. I hope to provide support and community for those going along that same journey with me.
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