Grace for Caregivers

Grace for Caregivers

Ken Tada knows what it means to be a caregiver. For the last 34 years he has been taking care of his quadriplegic wife, Joni Eaerckson Tada, who has not only been bound to a wheelchair for the last 50 years, but who has suffered from terrible chronic pain in the only...
At the Pace of Grace

At the Pace of Grace

In late November, just shy of my 52nd birthday, I spiraled into a serious migraine flare, which left me with some challenging new symptoms – significant weakness in my left leg and tremor in my legs, arms, hands, core, lips, jaws, tongue and vocal chords. After ten...
Why Did I Write Grace, Truth & Time?

Why Did I Write Grace, Truth & Time?

WHY DID I WRITE A GUIDE FOR FACILITATING SMALL GROUPS? THREE REASONS: I know the power of good small groups. Many people feel unqualified to lead small groups. Many books written for small group facilitators are not user-friendly. As a former therapist who’s led...
Hope is Real

Hope is Real

Imagine every day organizing your schedule around what will minimize your pain. You wake up, take a shower, brush your teeth, put on deodorant then plan your schedule around activities that you know will exacerbate your chronic pain. How miserable does that sound!...
What I've Seen in the Dark

What I've Seen in the Dark

WHAT I’VE SEEN IN THE DARK: A Story of Depression and Faith Audio of Dr. Powell’s testimony at Columbia International University on September 22, 2014. Used with permission. LIKE FALLING RAIN  (Poem written and read by Dr. Terry Powell at the end of the...