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I realize that faith isn’t everybody’s thing, but it is certainly mine, and I felt the need to include it in this website for those of you to whom it applies. I have a rock-solid faith in God. I believe that He has a divine plan for each of our lives, and that if we trust Him, He will take care of us. This trust is what got me through last summer. In case you’re wondering about all the frogs on this website, “FROG” stands for “Fully Rely On God.”

Saying that God will take care of us is not saying that we should do nothing. Prayer may straighten your back, but if not, don’t despair. It must then be God’s plan for you to deal with scoliosis. There must be something you are meant to learn from the experience. If you choose to trust Him through the whole process, to turn to Him in prayer, and to handle your situation with dignity, you can glorify Him and be an example of His love to other people.

Email Me

If you would like prayer support, my family and I would be honored to pray for you. You can email me at scoliosissupport@comcast.net. That’s what I’m here for.

Post a Prayer Request

For additional prayers, or if you are more comfortable with an anonymous prayer center, here are some links to websites that allow you to list prayer requests. If any of the links don't work, you can copy the URL into your browser in a new window.

  • Silent Unity will hold your request in prayer for thirty days, 24 hours per day. Visit http://unity.org/prayer and click on "Request Prayer Online," or listen to the guided meditations they have there. You can also call 1-816-969-2000 to speak with a live person.
  • KLOVE is a nation-wide Christian music radio station. Their pastors gather four times each day to pray for the requests they receive. Visit KLOVE's prayer page or call 1-800-525-LOVE.