Riding Horses to Healing
Instead of just dealing with a muscular disorder in their own child, Julie and Seth Palmer decided to devote their lives to bringing healing to others' kids who have experienced the same issue. Want to be inspired about building relationships with others for the sake of children overcoming a serious muscle disorder? To focus on something much larger than ourselves is the example of the Palmers for us all.

The Palmers have launched the adventure of their lives as they seek to bring healing to children through Camp Firebug. Children who were born with Central Core Disease as their youngest son Elijah experienced, now have more hope because of the Palmers.

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