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The Huddle A Place of Healing

The Huddle, A Place of Healing Blogtalk


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Our vision is to provide a place where people who have been diagnosed with a sickness or disease, can come learn and heal. Do you believe that healing is for you? We are a ministry where the sick will be instructed through biblical teaching on how to receive your physical healing. Follow us on YouTube every Sunday @ 2pm est And on Blogtalk every Wednesday at noon.

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His Word is medicine to all your flesh. That means it's good for stomach troubles, blood diseases, and for all your flesh—liver, kidneys, heart, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and so forth!

If you are in need of healing, there is good news for you! God’s word provides health and healing for us.

Cog fog, or MS-related brain fog, affects many people diagnosed with MS. In fact, it's estimated that more than half of people diagnosed with MS has developed cognitive issues like difficulty understanding conversations, thinking critically, or... more

The greatest enemy to faith is a lack of understanding God's Word. In fact, all hindrances to faith center on this lack of knowledge; because you cannot believe or have faith beyond your actual knowledge of the Word of God.

Has MS affected your family? Join me Saturday @12noon. Because of MS some people have lost everything. Family, job, career, cars, marriage, kids, homes, friends and more. Join us Saturday at noon.

My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. Let them not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart. For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh. (Prov. 4:20-22)

MS fatigue can sometimes creep into your relationships with family and friends. It may mean missing multiple family occasions or having to rearrange meeting friends. This may lead to friends and family members feeling upset, rejected or... more

Sometimes, trying to look good can be challenging when you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, especially when you are not feeling well. Multiple sclerosis issues like spasticity (involuntary muscle spasms or unusual... more

Pain is a common symptom in MS, with up to two-thirds of people with MS reporting pain in worldwide studies. Those who experience pain may find it affects their daily life activities, such as work and recreation, and their mood and... more

Fear and MS When I hear people talk about multiple sclerosis, they mostly focus on the physical symptoms or symptoms they can see and relate to. What they don’t see is the profound emotional toll that MS takes on you from the moment... more