4. When you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired

Hanna's friend, Ashley Traficant, shares her battle with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) and how to hold onto hope even amidst the darkest seasons.

As a child, she watched her dad come to the brink of death due to a rare liver disease. As a teen, she received the same diagnosis. My sweet friend, Ashley Traficant, shares her battle with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), 2 liver transplants, and how to hold onto hope even amidst the darkest seasons of life.

 In this episode, we discuss:

  • How do you hold onto hope when you are physically drowning in sickness, pain, and ultimately dying?
  • How do you continue to live with purpose when it feels like your life has been put on pause, while the rest of the world carries on?
  • What do you say to the person who doesn’t feel God, doesn’t see Him, or doesn’t even believe He’s near?
  • Scripture tells us that the hope of the Lord doesn’t disappoint, but didn’t you experience a lot of disappointment?
  • What scripture did you cling to during these painful seasons?
  • How can I be a good friend to someone struggling with a chronic or deadly illness?
  • What encouragement do you have for the person who feels like their life is on pause or is experiencing physical suffering?

Scripture Mentioned:

  • Romans 5:3-5
  • Psalm 42
  • 2 Corinthians 4:16-18
  • Psalm 27:13-14

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