Bayley P. is no stranger to Voice4Society. She has volunteered to be the first author behind the RealLife 2.0 Program Voice4Society launched in April 2012.
If you can recall being dazzled by the series “A Utopia in My Heart” and “The Springs of Salvation”, then you will remember her.
She is now the Program Director of our Hope Alive Ministry Program. Bayley thrives on helping the next generation achieve their goals.
With the help of God and her gracious volunteering spirit, she has joined the Voice4Society team where our mission is to change the world.
Here is a little more about her:
My name is Bayley P. I am the Director and Founder of Hope Alive Ministry. I’m a Christian who’s faith grounds me in everything I do. I am studying Communication at a local college. I am very passionate about raising awareness of rare and life threatening diseases. These diseases take so much away from these children, except their smile. All of these horrible diseases need a cure. From following so many children on Facebook with various diseases, I began to know their families. I started making slideshows for children with all forms of childhood cancer along with the facts in September 2012. Each year I decided to make one slide show for a child. In September 2013, I made a slideshow about Neuroblastoma childhood cancer and another disease called Leukodystrophy, which affects the myelin of the brain. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Leukodystrophy Awareness Month. This September, I’m making a slideshow for children who have cancer once again.
I find tremendous hope through these children and families. My goal through Hope Alive Ministry is to inspire these families to have hope despite the darkness. There is hope, but sometimes we have to search for it. I want everyone to know that if you are committed to something, anything is possible, and God will make it happen.
My goals for Hope Alive Ministry are:
- To encourage young people like myself to make a difference.
- To reach out to grieving families who might need a boast of hope. This will be done through different projects throughout the year to be announced in the next couple of months.
- To support families who have someone with a life threatening illness by posting information about their disease on the blog and on Facebook.
- To host events online and off as a way to bring hope to people in a variety of settings like Soup Kitchens and other events.
- To be a friend to anyone who needs it. I want to listen to, pray for, and support everyone who simply needs a friend.
- To honor God in everything I say and do.
May God Bless you and remember to: “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer.” ~ Romans 12:12