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Audio is an invitation to listen, to be engaged and enriched through one-on-one storytelling, anytime and any place. Discover the caring, compassionate, and friendly voices of our guest writers and volunteers when you listen to our free audiobooks, posts, and devotionals.

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Chronic Joy has a deep desire to meet people where they are. An estimated 286 million people worldwide are visually impaired. Globally, almost 1 in 10 people lives with dyslexia, and an estimated 69 million more experience a traumatic brain injury each year, making reading difficult or impossible. Chronic illness, mental illness, and chronic pain with accompanying symptoms, including brain fog, exhaustion, insufficient sleep, nutrient deficiency, and medication side effects, can make it difficult to concentrate or comprehend the written word.

Free Audio Books

Discovering Hope • Audio Book

Finding Purpose • Audio Book

Embracing Worth • Audio Book

I Take You in Sickness & in Health • Audio Book

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“Acceptance opens the door for our faith to grow.” Pamela Piquette

K-LOVE Radio Interview

Join Chronic Joy's Pamela Piquette and Susan Rodriguez, a licensed clinical social worker at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, as they are interviewed by K-LOVE Radio’s Billie Branham on Closer Look: “Living with Chronic Illness? Advice for Faith and Family.”

CHALLENGES AND JOYS OF LIVING WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS

by Our American Stories | Marriage On The Mind: Chronic Emotional/Physical Pain (Ep 1)

CHALLENGES AND JOYS OF MARRIAGE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS

by Our American Stories | Marriage On The Mind: Chronic Illness (Ep 2)

AUDIO BLOG

What It’s Like to Be a Mother of a Chronically Ill Child

Being a mother of a chronically ill child means I am seeing a side of life that I barely knew existed. I see other mommas, in the waiting rooms, at the hospital, on the streets. And I see them with their obviously medically fragile children. I really, really see them, and try to smile when I meet their eyes.

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“Being a mother of a chronically ill child means I never really know if I am challenging him enough ... spoiling him too much ... pushing him too hard.” Shawna Wingert
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