August 2017

Thank You Donors!

Thank You!You are sending the Good News of the Gospel worldwide to people affected by disability! Here at home and across the globe, your faithful prayers and generosity is sending practical help and hope through every ministry program at Joni and Friends. Thank you for faithfully offering your prayers, treasure, and time to reach children who might never have heard the Good News of Jesus. Thank you for sending wheelchairs that result in countless lives changed and physical needs met...

Joni's 2018 Planner - Available Now!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Aug. 15, 2017
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  • What's New in Our Store

2018 PlannerJoni’s 2018 Planner is now available in our store! Designed from her beautiful painting A Light in the Forest, Joni captures iridescent sunlight falling through trees, transforming a dark forest into a cathedral of praise! The theme for the 2018 Joni Planner is the “Light of Christ.” Throughout the year, you’ll find encouragement in Joni’s monthly devotions, as well as her selected weekly quotes and Scriptures. Staying organized is a breeze...

A Mother’s Faith is Strengthened

A Mother's Faith is Strengthened

Maria and her 5-year-old daughter, Yessica, needed a miracle when they arrived at our Wheels for the World outreach in El Salvador. Yessica was born with hydrocephalous and spina bifida, and she desperately needed a wheelchair.

Joni and Friends Honors Local Churches with the New Luke 14 Award

Luke 14 AwardRight before our Red Carpet Premiere of the remastered Joni movie, Joni focused attention on several regional churches who have partnered with us to provide exceptional service to individuals affected by disability and their families...

From the Heart

  • By: Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Aug. 3, 2017
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Joni and KenNearly every night before I go to sleep, I ask the Lord to wake me up in the spirit of Isaiah 60:1. When morning breaks, I want to “Arise, shine, for [my] light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon [me].” I know how easily my disability could darken my countenance...