33 minutes | Nov 22nd 2020

Envision Life with Kirk & Karen Roberts

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In this episode we cover: What the course of cancer treatment/recovery looks like from the viewpoint of the caregiver.What can become of a “medicine meets ministry” moment in your life.How a life-threatening diagnosis can change the trajectory of your entire family.How your pain can become your passion and be used to bless others.How to pivot when the seasons in your life change. Karen Roberts is the founder of Envision Life, a 501 c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to help individuals envision yourself beyond your illness  and it is a support group for people diagnosed with any form of cancer, for their caregivers and for survivors. She is an 8-year breast cancer survivor who underwent a bilateral mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation. She is an advanced nurse practitioner working in rehab medicine. Her husband, Kirk Roberts, is a Chicago fire-fighter with 20 years seniority in the game of placing his life at risk in order to save others.  This high-powered married duo loves the Lord and appreciates the many moments in their lives where medicine met their ministry.  Karen Roberts708-305-5621 Facebook Envision Life:https://www.facebook.com/envisionlife Luxe Wig Boutiqueluxewigboutique@gmail.comThanks for listening! Thanks so much forlistening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that otherscould benefit from listening, please share it! Do you follow us on social media? I’d be honored for your following on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. https://www.facebook.com/Where-Medicine-Meets-Ministryhttps://www.twitter.com/medmeetsminhttps://www.instagram.com/medicinemeetsministryRatings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us andgreatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on iTunes, which exposesour show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leavean honest review for the Where Medicine Meets Ministry Podcast on iTunes.
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