Meet The Author
"I have watched Aaron learn how to cling to Jesus and his word through debilitating physical afflictions and draw strength from the Lord to minister to others and make disciples out of his personal suffering. This book is born out of a journey that is authentic, sometimes broken, yet ever hope filled in the gospel. The perspectives offered by Aaron on these pages offer true healing for the soul and spirit of those battling chronic illness."
-Scott Long, Discipleship Pastor, Highview Baptist Church, Louisville, Ky
"If I can help one person- it was all worth it."
Aaron Montgomery grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. After graduating summa cum laude from Bellarmine University and receiving a master’s degree in Education and Counseling Psychology from the University of Louisville, Aaron worked as a licensed professional clinical counselor for over a decade before forming the Family Recovery Program, a community-based therapeutic program serving high-risk families. Aaron co-founded the “Jam for a Cure” to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in 2010 and was awarded the “Outstanding Volunteer Award” by the NMSS Kentucky Southeast Indiana Chapter in 2014. Since being diagnosed with multiple chronic health conditions, Aaron has focused his professional and personal energies toward a ministry of serving and discipling the suffering and wounded through his private practice in Louisville, Kentucky and helping others realize and experience the promises of God as they walk their journeys facing chronic health issues. Aaron’s partner in ministry and life is his wife, Brandy. They live with their two dogs in Fisherville, Kentucky, and are active members within their church community.