A friend with a heart for ministry… asking for help. You may be just the one with the info being sought. Please help…

Anna E. Meyer

Today, I read this blog post that my aunt posted.  She works at the Multiple Sclerosis society in Kansas, where she and her family live.  It makes me full of hope at the compassion people like her have and how couples are dealing with the unpredictable disease together.  I was then thinking about the MS chapter where I live.  At this time in my life, I feel alone with it.  My cousin was diagnosed years after me, but I feel like my struggles and my age kind of isolate me.  I don’t know other people like me.  I have been online to a few places where I can meet others with MS, but they are depressed and speak in a depressing way.  I have talked to still more who seem to glorify themselves by being over-involved in everything they can be to raise money and awareness of the disease.  Is…

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Seeking the rest that is only promised and found in Christ Jesus, along with my treasured wife of more than twenty-five years, we seek to grow in our relationship with our Heavenly Father, walk with the Holy Spirit as He moves our hearts, loving others always as Jesus loves us, and carry the news of His glory, the wonderful gospel, that gives light and life where there once was only darkness.
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  1. Wesley says:

    I have had a few friends on Facebook who have had MS. One man was bed ridden for a few years and shortly after starting a new program he was able to walk and became very excited over the progress made in such a little amount of time. Unfortunately, I lost contact with him, he was kicked off of Facebook. Others shared similar success to varying degrees based on their strictness of the program. But the Program he found was by a Nurse who suffered from MS herself, he followed it to the ‘T’ and progress was made quickly, especially for an ‘incurable’ disease. Maybe others can benefit from what she shares. Watch Dr. Wahl’s Presentation here:

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