Members share their thoughts during COVID-19
Samaritan members · Apr 29, 2020
COVID-19 has really made it tough for my wife, Kyle, as she continues to suffer from the effects of aneurysms and seizures. She cannot take pain medications and the social distancing has made it difficult for her to receive therapies.
We have had many members and family and friends praying for us, and God has provided two very special friends to give Kyle extra care. We don’t know where we would be without them. Praise the Lord!
Ed & Kyle
To have the bills shared for my ER visit for heart problems gives me great peace of mind at this time. Our God is so good. And it’s wonderful to “meet” other Christians who are so encouraging through this ministry. In this crazy time of COVID-19 it helps me remember that God’s got this!
Receiving the cards, Shares, and especially the prayer has been a huge blessing in my life as I deal with skin cancer. I am very thankful that members were able to send their Shares even during this time of economic uncertainty. May the Lord bless them for their faithfulness. And bless you Samaritan staff for all that you are doing to facilitate this ministry during these trying times.
I feel so very fortunate. I had two shoulder surgeries within 5 months, each for different reasons, and recovery has been trying most days. The prayers and blessings we receive from members of Samaritan Ministries everyday gives me new hope.
I can’t begin to tell how many times my husband and I remind each other of how blessed we are to be part of Samaritan Ministries. We are so thankful for God’s financial provision, especially during this time of crisis from the coronavirus.
Chris & Brenda
To God be the Glory! There’s no other way to look at what is going on through Samaritan! He is doing marvelous things! I love sending my Shares! And I love to write notes to my brothers and sisters in Christ to encourage them! And what a privilege to pray and trust our good, good Father in all things! Thank you, Father, for Samaritan!
Initially my trust in the Christian community’s ability to share each other’s health care expenses was small, I hate to say. What a blessing it has been to have two of our Needs met, one for me and one for my husband. It is especially encouraging during this time of crisis, and my personal faith that God can provide however He chooses has grown.
Thank you, Samaritan Ministries staff, for all your work in making this possible.
William & Karen