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The Gift That Keeps On Walking!

Through It All: Gracie & Joni

Gracie Rosenberger and Joni Eareckson-Tada drawing upon their combined 83 years of trusting God through disability, suffering, and challenges …to sing this moving version of Andrae Crouch’s classing song: THROUGH IT ALL

Gracie Skiing

Gracie trained for years with a disabled ski program and became quite good. The last few years, however, she has endured significant physical setbacks. While a bit nervous trying this yesterday, it didn’t take long to show that she’s got skills!

Not bad for 2 prosthetic legs, 78 surgeries, and 33 years of disability.

“I’m going to be in pain anyway, so I might as well have some fun.” -Gracie Parker Rosenberger


If you love someone, you’ll be a caregiver. If you live long enough, you’ll need one. Through our caregiver outreach, we’re helping those who help.

Peter Rosenberger

Founder, Standing With Hope

It’s not enough for me to help my fellow amputees stand. We do all this to share the Gospel and equip them to continue Standing With Hope.

Gracie Rosenberger

Founder, Standing With Hope

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Dorcas is Standing With Hope and Walking For Life

From the moment we met Dorcas, she captured our hearts. A wide-eyed, seven-year-old, Dorcas hardly spoke a word, while staring intently at a group of strangers gathered around her. An unfortunate incident with a scorpion caused her right foot to become infected. The...

The Delta Doctrine for Caregivers

THE DELTA DOCTRINE One day, while flying to Atlanta on Delta Airlines, (Duh,Everything Leaves Through Atlanta), I discovered that flight attendants state the best advice for caregivers—all day long: “In the unlikely event of the loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks...

Why Do Faith Healers Wear Glasses?

From HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER: Many people living with chronic suffering know from experience that some churches can be hazardous to your faith. The hurting who seek comfort in churches may often encounter those often pounce on those faced with affliction. Brandishing...

Robert Morgan: Pastor, Author, and Caregiver

Robert J. Morgan is the teaching pastor of The Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee.   Dr. Morgan has faithfully served that congregation for 35 years.  He is also a best-selling and Gold-Medallion winning writer. Dr. Morgan has more than 35 books in print and...

Because He Lives

Joni Tada and Gracie Rosenberger join voices to sing the classic hymn by Bill and Gloria Gaither. The Gaither's timeless song now appears as a staple in virtually every hymnal.   While beloved by millions, two special women bring a depth to this classic Gaither...

Inmates Volunteer To Recycle Prosthetic Limbs

Since 2011, numerous inmates at a local correctional facility have volunteered to help us with our prosthetic limb recycling program. I recently took a few hours to meet with some of the newer men working there, and listened to their journeys.  Once qualifying for...

Abide With Me: A Mother’s Day Story

Walking alone on a street in Augusta, a twelve-year-old girl made her way to and from the Methodist church near her home.  Clutching her Bible and purse, she comforted herself on the lonely walk by singing the hymn, Abide With Me. For such a young girl, she carried a...

Caregivers and Isolation

Alone, Adrift, Lost—the isolation of a caregiver. In  a  recent  article  in  the Washington Post, the reporter discussed a British survey of retired individuals and the impact of social engagement or isolation on their lifespan. But people who were members of social...

You Can’t Play a Piano With Clenched Fists

Caregivers and Resentment Resentment often feels like a regular companion for caregivers.  It comes in flash points when we feel presumed upon, undervalued, and unappreciated. That resentment, however, cripples us as caregivers far more than it negatively affects...

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