Mitch Mason is the football chaplain for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Before arriving with UNC, he was the Associate Pastor of FreeWay Church in Clemson, SC and served as a mentor with the Clemson Football TigerHood program.
A former college football player, Mitch was a four year starter at cornerback for Missouri Western State University where he became a two-time All-American and played professionally in the Arena Football League. In 2014, itch was inducted into the Missouri Western State University Hall of Fame.
In February 2020, Mason noticed some discomfort in his back and wouldn't go away. After seeking treatment over the course of the year, he was diagnosed with Idiopathic Small Fiber Neuropathy, a nerve disorder for which there is no known cure. He's been dealing with migraines, seizures, difficulty walking and using his hands, occasional fainting and memory loss.
Today's podcast features Mitch's powerful story of trusting in God during an incredibly difficult season of life as he battles a nerve disorder with no known cure.
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