Before we can truly love one another, we must first discover how radically, passionately and perfectly we are loved by God.
This insightful and enriching 10-chapter study, designed just for couples, offers you and your spouse a safe place to acknowledge chronic illness and its impact on your marriage, as you grieve, heal, and begin to thrive again together.More info →
The words or actions we use in our attempts to help hurting people may unintentionally add to their burdens instead of easing their pain. This book overflows with practical examples and specific suggestions about what to say or do and what not to say or do. It will touch your heart, expand your thinking, and guide you in bringing Christ’s loving care to hurting people when they need it most.More info →
Nearly one in two Americans have an invisible chronic illness, and nineteen million are disabled by one. They have no cane or wheel chair to let others know that something is wrong. Caregivers struggle right along with them and wonder, "Is there hope? Does God care about what we're going through? Wh...More info →
The author of Sick Kids and Those Who Love Them, Karen Rhea, cared for her own son, Billy throughout a six year nightmare of unanswered questions with no diagnosis in sight. After extensive medical testing proved he was normal, his symptoms deemed psychological.More info →
What if God wants you to wait? Most of us know what it’s like to wait for God to change our circumstances. But, whether we’re waiting for physical healing, emotional breakthrough, or better relationships, waiting is something we usually try to avoid. Why? Because waiting is painful and hard.More info →
After twelve years, sixteen cancer occurrences and counting, Lorie L. Vincent and her husband Mark chronicle their approach to living and thriving during lifelong suffering.
In Fighting Disease, Not Death they go beyond the relentless progression of the disease to describe the anchoring faith that sustains them and gives them a reason to remain in service to others.More info →
How do you live well when the physical foundation of your life is crumbling? This is the challenge for millions who live with diseases for which there is no cure. These incurable ailments produce a life of constant pain, fatigue, numbness, dizziness, and other debilitating symptoms that create chronic suffering.More info →
On April 21, 2008, Katherine suffered a massive brain stem stroke without warning. Katherine and Jay are stewarding their story of suffering, restoration, and Christ-centered hope in this broken world through their ministry Hope Heals.More info →