There are millions of people on Facebook and it grows considerably every day. Even if you don’t want to be involved in “Facebook Land” you may want to add your name and a photo because it is the new way relatives, old friends, or class reunions are finding people.
Here are some ways that you can connect with our programs on Facebook. A lot of people find Rest Ministries through Facebook and we have a lot of conversations over there about different things to do with chronic illness.
Rest Ministries on Facebook
Become a “Fan” of Rest Ministries/HopeKeepers – updates are posted here and it’s a great way to let others know you are a part of our ministry!
HopeKeepers Group on Facebook – This is a weekly Bible study, like an “online” HopeKeepers Group.
National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week on Facebook
While you are here, why not become a fan of National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week too!
Invisible Illness Awareness Week on Facebook
Invisible Illness Week Group – Want to join a group where you can chat with others about invisible illness?