Marie’s Faith in Action pulls her through . . .

About three months ago, I had an unexpected phone call from a person that has been active with Mays Mission for the Handicapped for over fifteen years. It was Marie. She had called us to apologize for not staying in contact.  Marie had just suffered the loss of her brother and a few weeks later she was hospitalized because of a near death experience and God’s grace pulled her through.  

I then learned what a special person Marie is. Marie grew up without a family. Over eighteen years ago, she started P.A.V.E. Ministries with her church. P.A.V.E. Ministries is a pen pal ministry to help incarcerated individuals know the Lord and become better people. With the help of the Lord, she writes to over 40 pen pals. Marie hand types each letter to each pen pal and adds scripture and art work to each mailing. She receives no government or public funding.

Mays Mission helps her to reach out to even more individuals with the help of our Faith in Action program designed to assist the disabled community. Marie sends newsletters, calendars, notepads, bookmarks and address books, which are made right here by our handicapable staff at Mays Mission. Marie says, “If you help yourself, God will help you. Just like God has helped me help others find him.”  Mays Mission looks forward to helping Marie and others in the future…

If you would like more information on how you can help, please contact Mays Mission at 888-503-7955 or email us at If you know of more ways to help like Marie does please share in the comments section. And thank you for supporting people with disabilities!

14 Comments on “Marie’s Faith in Action pulls her through . . .

  1. Very good post. I am going through a few of these issues as well. It’s good to know there is an outlet for people with disabilities like this.

  2. Thank you for your great reminder that Jesus knows our needs, schedules and to-do lists better than we do! Now I just need to start my day off on the right foot with some alone time with Him!


  3. Its fantastic as your other inspirational articles helping people with disabilites
    : D, appreciate it for posting.

  4. I’m still learning from you, while I’m trying to achieve my goals. I absolutely love reading everything that is posted on your blog.Keep the information coming. I liked it!

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