By Dan Williams, ABC News faith healer Faith Hill, who was once known as Faith Hill and is now known as Hope Hill, has returned to the stage after being diagnosed with ALS in October.
Hill has been a member of the faith healing movement for more than 15 years, working with children in her hometown of South Carolina.
She has also been a spiritual leader in South Carolina for decades.
She has dedicated her life to helping children and adults, and to spreading the word about the power of God’s love to heal.
“The message of my life has always been that life is about more than one person and that God can heal people,” she told ABC News.
Hill is the executive director of Faith Hill Foundation, a non-profit foundation that provides services to children and families who have been touched by an illness or injury.
She said that the ALS community is a very close knit community, and that people are always ready to give something back, whether it’s to the faith healer or a child.
“They want to make it a little bit of a family, they want to help them and help their family,” she said.
Hill said that one of the greatest blessings she could offer to the community was to help the children who had lost their parents.
“If you lose someone, it can be really devastating to the family,” Hill said.
“But it also allows you to get back into a life that you feel good about and is doing well.
And it is the biggest gift you can give.
I know it’s been very difficult for many of them to understand what is really going on in their lives.”
The foundation was created by Hill and her husband, Matt, and has helped thousands of people with disabilities.
In addition to being a pastor and spiritual leader, Hill said she also teaches children how to be healthy.
Hill spoke to ABC News from the comfort of her home in South Florida, where she lives with her husband and their four children.
Hill, who is 65, is a retired nurse and has been the executive Director of the Hope Hill Foundation for the past 15 years.
She said that her goal was to work in a community with people who are willing to share their story, so that they would be able to heal and live again.
She explained how she first got involved in the faith healer movement after watching the documentary “The Lost and Found,” in which she met a child who was suffering from severe autism.
“She had an incredible faith healing,” Hill recalled.
“I saw it, I realized it, and I thought, ‘OK, I can do something about this child.
I can help them.'”
Hill said she was drawn to the story and the healing that the child was doing because of her own personal story.
“I saw how the child could really go on and on and be a part of something really important and be able help somebody else, and so I decided to help her, and she was able to go on,” she explained.
“She was able, in many ways, to really feel the love that I had for her.”
Hill said the children she was helping were often overwhelmed by the fact that their lives had been taken from them.
“It’s very easy for them to look at their life and say, ‘I’ve got to do something,'” Hill said, “but that is not the right way to do it.”
Hill has a number of other projects that focus on the treatment of children with disabilities and how faith healars can help children learn to be better people.
The Hope Hill Missionary Baptist Church in South Bend, Indiana, is the largest faith healing ministry in the United States.
In the past, Hill and other faith healancers have worked with families who were struggling with autism, and Hill said that she often came across families who had experienced loss of their parents in the past.
“A lot of people are struggling with that.
It’s a very common thing.
So we felt that we needed to really be able and able to help those people,” Hill explained.
The mission of the mission is to help children with special needs to understand the meaning of their lives and be better person as they learn to become their best selves.
“We’ve been able to teach them to be kind and loving,” Hill continued.
“They know how to work with others and how to get along with people.
We teach them what God’s role is in their life.”
Hill, Hill’s husband, said that Hope Hill has also taught the children about life, love, and what the Bible says about the importance of family.
“There is nothing better than having a mother who cares for you,” he said.