Special Touch REACH
New England Chapter
PO Box 135
Winchendon, MA 01475
…to ease and enrich the
lives of people impacted
Donations can be made to
the REACH New England Chapter
or Special Touch Ministry, Inc.
using the link below.
Special Touch Ministry, Inc.
National Office: P.O. Box 25
Waupaca, WI 54981
Tag Archives: Hope
What burdens your heart? Is it godly or worldly things or is it the God things of this world? Last week I was reading one of my favorite blogs, Another Red Letter Day by Ben Nelson which led me to his … Continue reading
Writing 101: day-sixteen Serial Killer III Closing Doors part 1 Closing Doors part 2 Closing Doors part 3 “Lost and Found” The second major reason I worked for an ophthalmologist at that time in my life was my son, Thomas. … Continue reading
Writing 101: day-six Camouflaged Image She had studied her face in the mirror so many times that she had lost count over the years. It is so hard to study a face that you particularly don’t like to look … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day Four: The Serial Killer Today, write about a loss. The twist: make this the first post in a three-post series. Closing the door on my nursing career was a choice I had to make because I had so … Continue reading
God has been speaking to me for the last couple of weeks about keeping my focus on Him especially in the midst of a storm. There are so many people watching and waiting to see how I handle a crisis as … Continue reading
Disclaimer: I, Deb Maciorowski, am the Vice President to the Special Touch R.E.A.C.H. New England Chapter and the postings on this site are my own and don’t represent Special Touch Ministry’s positions, strategies or opinions in any way. The message … Continue reading
Disclaimer: I, Deb Maciorowski, am the Vice President to the Special Touch R.E.A.C.H. New England Chapter and the postings on this site are my own and don’t represent Special Touch Ministry’s positions, strategies or opinions in any way. I had … Continue reading
I’m sure we all can think of a time in our lives when there was a storm that seemed it would never end. Did you struggle for a long, long time before realizing you needed to ask for help? Did … Continue reading