ALS Awareness Month – My Garden May 26, 2015
We’re coming to the end of ALS Awareness Month, and for all those who suffer from the disease, it’s something of which they can never be unaware. ALS has so thoroughly consumed their lives that there’s little room for anything else.
In My Garden, Ed shares his fear of having to quit his job as a pastor because ALS would eventually rob him of one of his greatest assets—his voice. Who are you if you can’t do the thing you feel called to do? Where does your identity and purpose come from? We know that we are more than a disease, more than a career, and we’re not just defined by a label. As Ed says in the film, “the good news is, out there, there is a purpose for everyone. And when you arrive there, you’ll know it.”
For the rest of the month we’ll be donating 10% of all Ed’s Story proceeds to St. Mary’s Foundation, one of Ed’s favorite ALS foundations. Please support Ed’s Story and St. Mary’s by purchasing Ed’s Story today. If you already own the series, please share it with someone new by selecting the gift option at check out, or donate today by clicking here.0