Anyone can experience issues and ailments with their eyes, they are easy to damage and there is a host of hereditary optical illnesses that one can get. It is common for older people to experience eye problems like cataracts or perhaps macular degeneration, perhaps their eyesight just is simply declining and they rely on glasses or contacts to see every day. In these cases, there are surgeries, such as laser eye surgery (check here for more information), which can restore the majority of one’s vision so that they aren’t so reliant on glasses or contact lenses. These are common and simple to treat. However, every now and then another condition comes on the scene which baffles doctors and ophthalmologists in this case, and the solution isn’t as easy to work out. One of those patients is Sheila Hardin. Sheila suffered from Sjogren’s syndrome. Dry spots on her eye’s lens caused friction every time Sheila blinked. The vision had become blurred and Sheila faced a future of failing eyesight and chronic discomfort. Sheila’s doctors Continue reading →
One of our dearest friends, Ryan Housholder, 33, passed away this week. We send our deepest sympathies to his mother, Michelle Baucco Kapes; father, Bill; and brother, Randy. Ryan succumbed to an infection, after an 11 year battle with the paralysis that followed a diving accident. Continue reading →
Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
Was it easier in the beginning of The Church? The apostles performed miracles. People just needed to follow the miracles. The Holy Spirit was at work. Jesus was still walking with the apostles. Manifestations were obvious. Continue reading →
John Weeden, seated in a Dr. Nemeh healing service, was merely asking God to show himself. Life has not been the same since. Here is the amazing transformation of a lukewarm Christian into a devout Deacon in his church. Being open to the Holy Spirit can be a life changer.
If I told you once, I’ve told you 20 times… But sometimes it’s the 20th time that we hear something, that everything clicks. This might just be that time. Dr. Issam Nemeh and Philip Keller team up so that no one has a question left in their head about these critical issues, or the times in which we live… Continue reading →