Hot Links — 10/24

I’m trying to keep up by reading what I can on chronic pain and faith each week.  I was out of town last weekend, so these are a little late in coming out, but here a few good links to check out.

This is an article from the spouse of someone in chronic pain as she explains their quest to make sense of it all and how they proactively handle their situation through faith in Christ.  It isn’t very long and definitely worth your time.

This next link is from a chronic pain blogging site that has no particular religious views as far as I can tell.  This post is a good sample of what they offer, usually personal stories that help people in chronic pain realize they are not alone.  This post has to do with accepting the limitations of chronic pain.

A little poetry about finding strength in weakness.  This is so good.

The last link is a Q&A with someone who has suffered horrendously for years and how she maintains her faith even when God does not intervene.  It is very good.


David Heflin

David Heflin

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David Heflin is the founder and president of Broken and Mended. He is married to Katie and has three kids. David has been a preacher for 17 years and founded Broken and Mended in 2018 after being inspired by his own battle with chronic pain to connect other hurting people to Jesus and each other. David has a B.A. in Bible from Oklahoma Christian University and a Master of Arts in Religion from Azusa Pacific University. He resides in Woodward, OK.

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