ALS is part of the course

Someone asked me why I do not talk more about heaven in this blog. If I am a Christian and I have a terminal illness (ALS), it seems that perhaps I should talk more about a longing for heaven. My mind went to a Christian song I heard sung frequently as a teen at my …

Where, oh where, have my legs gone?!

The recent loss of strength in my legs has so far been the most difficult adjustment I have had to make mentally since the onslaught of ALS three years ago. My days are now spent in an electric wheelchair. I can't get out of bed in the morning, walk out on our dock in the …

ALS is preferred to a mind that denies the Supernatural

One thing ALS has done is to limit my mobility. Hence, I have more time to read, and in doing so, engage in dialogue online with those who attack the Christian faith--the faith that provides me hope and peace while dealing with ALS. In reading an article today by actor, Kirk Cameron, "It is an exciting time …