ALM provides wholistic care to people and communities around the world who are affected by leprosy. ALM is a non-denominational Christian ministry of hope and restoration for those suffering with the disease. The ministry now supports more than 100 projects in 20 countries, including a partnership project with Joni and Friends in India.
The Dravecky’s realized in their own journey with cancer and amputation that it could not be endured alone. Their ministry was created to give others the power of endurance—not in their own ability, but in the comfort, encouragement and hope that God provides. Through multimedia resources and working alongside health professionals, they provide resources for them and their patients.
Dave Dravecky’s story is one of hope, courage and perseverance in the midst of dark and overwhelming uncertainty. As a speaker he powerfully inspires through the faith and hope he discovered along his journey.
Friends of Bethany is dedicated to sharing the hope and love of Jesus Christ worldwide by supporting and inspiring people through the life stories of Bethany Hamilton and others. They achieve these goals by prayer, connecting with similar organizations, and by sending “Encouragement Packets” to recent and struggling amputees and shark attack survivors.
This is an Internet resource for orthotics and prosthetics information. OandP.com is dedicated to providing practitioners and patients with up-to-date, comprehensive information in an easily accessible format.
Emerging from a catastrophic car accident resulting in more than seventy operations, including the amputation of both legs, Gracie Rosenberger shares the hope that continues to sustain her. She and her husband, Peter, along with their sons, Parker and Grayson, founded the artificial limb outreach. They equip and train local workers on building high quality prosthetic limbs for their own people as an evangelical outreach.
Its information clearinghouse, National Limb Loss Information Center, provides comprehensive resources for people with limb loss, as well as their families, friends, and the health care professionals involved with their lives. This website features: program details for the National Peer Network, limb loss research and statistics, and articles from “inMotion,” a bimonthly magazine for ACA members.
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