Jesus suffered greatly too. He said,
Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28 (KJV)
These words of comfort not only apply to individuals, but to the entire family unit.
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A terminal diagnosis deals a powerful blow, not only to the patient receiving it, but to the family as well. Many feelings such as fear, grief, anger, and anxiety are felt as strongly by the family as the patient--sometimes more strongly. Treatment options, life decisions, even the general wellbeing of the patient can be affected by the dynamics of the family unit. Every member of the family is in crisis. Every member needs God to help them cope. Is this you? Are you and your loved one struggling with cancer? Perhaps the illness in your family is Alzheimer's, ALS, COPD, or maybe heart failure. Although the medical treatment of the disease may vary, the challenges to the family have many common factors. God’s Word is the best place to find the tools you need to help you through, what for many, is the most difficult experience you will ever have.

This year, seven community leaders have agreed to join our first Advisory Group. Click here to learn more about them.

New classes will start in the fall in two locations. 

Valerie Thibeau joins our board of directors. Thank you Valerie.

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