Joni and Friends Radio Program

Joni and Friends Radio:
Broadcasting the Hope of Jesus with You!

As a quadriplegic for 48 years and cancer survivor, I’ve gone through lots of pain (physical and emotional). Perhaps you can relate: you’ve experienced the pain of heartbreak, the hurt from a pink slip, the wound of a child gone wayward or the aches of crippling arthritis. Pain is a universal human experience—one that we even share with our Savior, Jesus Christ.

If you are feeling too exhausted, too weak or too disabled to think of others or care for their needs … I encourage you to listen to today’s radio program or browse through our archives. Because as Second Corinthians 13:4 tells us, “[Jesus] was crucified in weakness, yet he lives by God's power. Likewise, we are weak in him, yet by God's power we will live with him to serve you.” Friend, it’s my hope that these radio programs will encourage you to keep on living by God’s power. And if you need an extra boost of encouragement, contact us and let our team of biblical counselors and disability experts serve you. —Joni Eareckson Tada

*Video clip from the series, "How Can God Help You Face Chronic Pain, Disability and Illness," courtesy of The John Ankerberg Show © 2013.

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