November 2015

A Great Christmas Gift — Joni's 2017 Planner

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 12, 2015
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  • What's New in Our Store

2017 PlannerOur new planner is a great Christmas gift to give to family and friends! Staying organized is a breeze with Joni and Friends’2017 Planner. Joni’s beautiful rendering of the Sermon on the Mount welcomes you into another year! The theme for the Planner is “The Lord is my Shepherd.” Throughout the year, you’ll find encouragement and assurance in Joni’s monthly devotions, as well as her selected weekly quotes and Scriptures. Write down all your appointments, ‘to do’ lists, and prayer reminders for 2017...

A Great Christmas Gift! Joni's 2016 Planner

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 10, 2015
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  • What's New in Our Store

Joni's 2016 PlannerJoni’s beautiful, never-before-seen oil rendering of delicate leaves welcomes you into another year! The theme for the 2016 Joni Planner is “The Lord our Help.” Throughout the year, you’ll find encouragement and assurance in Joni’s monthly devotions, as well as her selected weekly quotes and scriptures. Staying organized is a breeze with month-at-a-glance pages, weekly and daily planning. The Planner also provides generous space for your personal prayer lists and appointments. Each season begins with a page for journaling, and at the back of the Planner you’ll find 2 handy...

You Gave the Greatest Gifts in 2016...The Gospel and Joy!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 8, 2015
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  • Family Retreats, Wheels For The World

WFTW El SalvadorBecause of your generosity and prayers in 2016, many more children with disabilities and their families experienced practical help and the love and hope of Christ through Wheels for the World and Family Retreats. Thank you! 

LIVE IT OUT - Start Your Own Campaign!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 5, 2015
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  • In the Media, Wheels For The World

Live It Out Campaign: Ebenezer receiving his first wheelchair!If you could change the life of a disabled child who is isolated and overlooked, would you do it? In James 1:22, we are called to be more than hearers of the Word, we’re called to be doers, and to live out our faith through actions. Together, we're living it out by reaching people who have been excluded from life in the outside world, simply because they don’t have a wheelchair to move around. With our new #LiveItOut Campaign, we’re giving the priceless gift of mobility to even more..

"Thank You for Bringing Us the Love of God"

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 4, 2015
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  • Wheels For The World

Thank YouWhen you send a Bible and a wheelchair overseas to a child with a disability, the spiritual impact is life-changing for every member of the family. In Uganda, Tomasino brought his daughter, Patience, to receive a wheelchair at our Wheels for the World distribution. As a brick maker, Tomasino was feeling hopeless and exhausted, knowing he could never afford a wheelchair for his daughter. Their poverty was so great that owning a wheelchair seemed like an impossible dream...

Your Gift of a Wheelchair Transforms Lives

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 3, 2015
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  • Wheels For The World

Leanna and Jose in CubaLate one evening, Leanna bundled up her four-year-old disabled son, Jose, for an eight-hour car ride to a Wheels for the World distribution in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba. They arrived exhausted but expectant. This was going to be a day they would never forget, a day that would change their lives! A Wheels physical therapist took Jose and seated him in a brand new pediatric wheelchair—a gift made possible by your prayers and generosity. Leanna watched the look of joy on Jose’s face and with tears of gratitude told us, “You’ve given my son something I could never afford to give him…a wheelchair.” Because of you, the words of Psalm 126:3 come alive in the hearts of children all over the...

Serbian International Family Retreat

  • By: Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Nov. 2, 2015
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  • Joni's Posts, International

Judy ButlerWhen Family Retreats go international, they take on much of the feel and flavor of the culture in that country – and it happened recently in Serbia. Caregivers there are almost always family members – and they struggle against weariness and hopelessness. It’s why I was so proud that my former executive assistant, Judy Butler, served on the International Family Retreat leadership team in Serbia. Here she is teaching a group of Serbian caregivers helpful info on alleviating the daily stress of giving care to a loved one with a disability (Judy should know; she was my...

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