Archive | March, 2018

Holly Beasley

Holly Beasley’s story

While most high school seniors were enjoying their last weeks in school before graduation, Holly Beasley was struggling to breathe in Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. What had happened only two times in her life as a person with cystic fibrosis was now happening two to three times a year: hospitalizations for recurrent lung infections. […]

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Rev Gary McCullough

Rev. Gary McCollough’s story

Rev. Gary McCollough, pastor of Flat Springs Baptist Church in Sanford, is accustomed to giving–that’s the job of the minister of a busy church. But after falling while walking in the woods, he found himself on the receiving end, and discovered the grace, freedom and goodness of God through the kindness of strangers. Surgery at […]

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Martha Holt

Martha Holt’s story

It had been a hard year. Martha Holt had followed more ambulances and done more paperwork than anyone during her husband’s illness. And when it was over, she was left with bills, pain and more paperwork. Eighty-eight-year-old John, in and out of the hospital for surgeries and rehab for congestive heart failure, was gone. Martha […]

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FaithHealthNC Connectors story

Carolyn Fender and Ann Young of McDowell County are superheroes of the FaithHealthNC Connector program: capable of transporting two patients to two different appointments in a single trip, faster than a speeding SUV in getting a Sunday school class to donate gas cards for volunteers, able to leap into a local hospital and solicit a […]

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