Pivotal Markers 2022: A Caregiver’s Year of Faith

Pivotal Markers 2022: A Caregiver’s Year of Faith

Happy new year and congratulations, caregiving friends! You made it through another year! What you do to serve your family, honors God. He needs you to do some heavy lifting. But it has not gone unnoticed by Him. The truth that God sees each one of us individually and...
When Tension is a GIFT

When Tension is a GIFT

Why do we do the things we know we shouldn’t do? And why don’t we do more of the things we know we should do? We get impatient waiting for dreams to come true and get frustrated when our hopes aren’t satisfied. We have everything we truly need for this life because of...
Crumbled Cookies Brought Heaven’s Truth

Crumbled Cookies Brought Heaven’s Truth

I have long wrestled with why God gave me children with disabilities — as in plural. I’m the mother of 5 sons, three with special needs. Our special needs story began in 1999 when our third son was born with CHARGE Syndrome. I gave birth to our second child with...
Your Story Matters

Your Story Matters

Each of us needs to know that we matter to God. It is a gift to receive reassurances, now and then, about our value. And it is inspiring to hear from others about how God makes a big Kingdom deal out of our seemingly insignificant personal lives. As we turn pages to a...
Worship Playlists for Caregiving Parents

Worship Playlists for Caregiving Parents

Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord.Ephesians 5:19 I hear a lot of parents raising children with disabilities say that worship music is a go-to for them when it comes to soul care. That should be no surprise given that it’s easy to turn on a song and...
8 Truths About Disability & Relationships

8 Truths About Disability & Relationships

The Bible provides many anchoring truths to guide us and spur us on in life. Caregiving families see those truths tested with extraordinary perspective. We also get to see — up close — how a foundation in certain truths stirs our compassion for each other, bolsters...