If you are a person with one or more disabilities or are an advocate for anyone with a disability, you may be experiencing anger, terror, anxiety, or fear. Alternately, or at the same time, you may be experiencing gratitude that you have the help you need and or are able to care for your own needs.
If you or someone you know or are related to has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus or has even died because of it; your grief and pain may seem unbearable.
The words of Psalm 23, "I will fear no evil for Thou art with me" speak to each of us, no matter what our circumstances may be.
Though it may be difficult to experience, the fact that we can trust that God IS with us, no matter what can give us hope, no matter how VERY uncertain our future and the future of those we love throughout the world may be.
Our UMAMD community is important as we stick with each other in love and prayer. We also include others with disabilities, both members of a church or any of God's children everywhere.
-- The Rev. Nancy J. Webb, retired full elder in the Baltimore-Washington Conference