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A Season Of Support... 

Laurie Engelhardt knew the importance of support. In her fight with metastatic breast cancer her friends-in-the faith became her life-support-system. So moved by the way God works through community in her own life Laurie set out to encourage others to do the same, even while battling cancer. The logo to the left was co-designed by Laurie to inspire women to connect in this manner. Laurie wore this proudly! The pink ribbon set on its side is symbolic of the fish emblem that makes the distinction of being faith-based support. The aqua color of life pereserver represents diversity, not only cancer but all trials: sickness, heart ache, and brokenness of any kind. It's about women coming together in support of each other for any type of hardship. Read Laurie's story Violation to Validation

SOS desires to throw you a life line of spiritual encouragement and support. Living with pain (emotional or physical) is not easy. Connecting with others who understand the journey can prove both spiritually and therapeutically beneficial.​​


True Source Ministries a web support and encouragement for women facing emotional stress such as discouragement, insecurity, inferiority, worry, etc.


GriefShare (Find a group near you) It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. 


DivorceCare (Find a group near you) Don't walk through divorce or separation alone.

Linda's Story of Surviving Chronic Illness

by Paula Masters

Endorsing ministries to women that fall under the category of faith-based support. 

Sisterhood Of Support


It was many years ago (shortly before the whole Eron debacle) that I met Linda Alfieri. Determined to stop this giant Corporation from putting up a toxic energy plant blocks from our house, I canvased the local neighborhoods with flyers. I saw a lovely short haired blonde woman sitting in the front of her yard with her husband and small children. She was vibrant, full of energy, and obviously family oriented. Naturally, I thought they were the perfect candidates for my safety spiel. So, I parked my car and walked over. I was right, they were horrified at the thought of poisonous cloud fumes reaching their home, and showed up at the town meeting the following night. That was the last I saw Linda for 18 years, although I had heard through the grapevine that she had fallen ill, very ill. Read more