Tag Archives: Suffering and Faith

Practical Theism In the Midst of Chronic Pain

Though Broken and Mended is a Christian support ministry for those dealing with chronic illness and pain, I desire to create a culture that is welcoming to all. The question is will people who do not believe in God or … Continue reading

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You Are Not Just Your Body — Part 2

God can use your illness to create deeper spirituality in you, but it comes from a willingness on your part to be shaped. Continue reading

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Christmas With Chronic Pain

No, my pain is chronic, but it is not eternal. Continue reading

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The God Who Reverses Our Pain

Jesus gives a memorable parable in Luke 16 and it is striking that it is the only parable where a character is given a name.  Normally, Jesus’ parables included a simple description of a character, a Samaritan, a son, a … Continue reading

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Broken And Mended

I want to take a moment to introduce a new ministry that I’m calling “broken and mended” (hence the new domain name for this blog).  You can read about the decision to change the focus of this blog and a … Continue reading

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