I hope this finds you well and warm on this spring day! It is warming up here in NY (it'll be in the 80s this week!) and the heat and sunshine are very welcome after a long winter.
Two weekends ago I had the chance to attend the Believe Big Dinner in Baltimore, Maryland and finally deliver the Believe Mugs my friends and I made! I also got to hang out with my friend Heidi, who won the donations contest for my remission anniversary. :)
The dinner was inspiring with stories of what God can do! I was amazed at the progress Believe Big is making and how God is using Ivelisse and her hard-working team to impact more and more people each year, all while they give God the glory. Ivelisse and her husband also announced that they are even moving to the midwest and are excited to make new connections and expand the Believe Big reach even further!
Another exciting announcement was that of the proposed opening of a holistic healing center where people can be served even if they don't have the means to afford it. Here's a description using Ivelisse's words:
"Where patients can find everything they need to heal in one place -- mistletoe and nutrition therapy, organic prepared foods, art therapy rooms, acupuncture, a prayer room, and more. This special place would be where a patient is not only helped physically but mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. There are several out-patient centers that provide these wonderful services, but we envision one that also allows for in-patient care and one that is not exclusive to only those who can afford it."
Sounds cool, right? :)
Those of us who were able to attend the dinner also got to hear two touching testimonials of how mistletoe therapy and Believe Big have helped these individuals on their healing journey. These testimonials will be on the Believe Big website soon. If you haven't checked it out yet, now would be a great time to visit the Believe Big website and find out more about how they may be able to help you and your loved ones.
On another note, on my way down to Baltimore I also had the chance to share my story for a documentary on alternative cancer treatments. Please pray with me that it is portrayed well and has the most beneficial impact possible!
Lastly, I am working on getting you some new healing stories soon, so stay tuned for those! ;)
Until next time,