Joni was interviewed by PBS Religion & Ethics for their television program, which was aired this week. Joni had the chance to talk about what she has learned through her current journey with cancer and how the Word of God has sustained her.
In her new book, A Place of Healing, Joni takes a very personal look at suffering and God’s sovereignty. She invites you to travel with her on the path toward healing and hope.
As the Midwest Regional Office for Joni and Friends International Disability Center, Joni and Friends Chicago will host the Midwest Disability Ministry Summit at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Ill., on Saturday, Oct. 9. Anyone interested in working with individuals with disabilities will benefit from the day-long seminar, with sessions on topics such as “Autism within Your Church,” “Don’t Forget the Siblings,” and “When Social Services Abandon Families.”
In her new book, A Place of Healing, disability activist and Christian author Joni Eareckson Tada takes on a question that has vexed the faithful for centuries: If God can heal people, why doesn't he always do so? Tada has a strong personal interest in the answer. A quadriplegic since a diving accident four decades ago, she has suffered from crippling chronic pain in recent years and was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this summer. Tada spoke with TIME about finding peace through suffering and continuing to fight for acceptance 20 years after the landmark signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In this latest video, Joni and Ken open their hearts to share insights they’re gleaning through Joni’s cancer treatments.
This year, purchase your Christmas cards from Joni and Friends! Joni has created two beautiful new card designs for 2010. They come in boxes of 15 cards and 16 envelopes. Each box is only $10.00 -- less than $1.00 per card! And every purchase supports ministry to people affected by disability.