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Peter Rosenberger brings his 30+ years of experience to help fellow Caregivers

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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

Recent Posts

An Interview With Joni and Ken Tada

Arguably the world’s most poignant speaker and author on the topic of God’s provision in suffering and disability, Joni Eareckson-Tada has inspired, challenged, and strengthened the faith of uncounted millions. Not since the early church fathers has such a voice...

Songs for the Caregiver

As a caregiver for more than 30 years, I understand the heartache and challenges caregivers face. As a pianist for more than 45 years, I understand how to use music to communicate to and for a caregiver's heart.  -Peter Rosenberger The number of caregivers of aging,...

Caregiver Landmine #1: Ignoring Personal Health Needs

65+ million Americans serve as a family caregiver, but 72% of those caregivers put their own health at risk because they don't regularly see a doctor. Do the math, and “Houston …we have a problem!” We caregivers see a lot of doctors. Many of us can perform tasks that...

An Interview With Gary Chapman

Multiple Dove© Award winner and Grammy© nominee, Gary Chapman, brought  his guitar, his humor, and his heart to my radio show, Caregivers With Hope, and shared his journey as a caregiver for his father who had Parkinson's and then developed multiple myeloma. While a...

30 Years

Gracie and I were married 30 years ago today. While that in itself is a significant milestone, Gracie and I have packed quite a few "extras" into our three decades. It seems fitting to introduce this song from my new CD, SONG FOR THE CAREGIVER, on this date. I set out...

The Old Rugged Cross

I recently discovered this recording of Daniel Fisher and I performing these two hymns I arranged. This was recorded live during Communion at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN. Daniel is an extraordinary talent,and when you hear this arrangement, your...

Have you read Romans 10:15?

And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!  Romans 10:15 For nearly a dozen years, Standing With Hope has shipped over hundreds of...

The Ultimate Caregiver

This year, my wife and I celebrate our 30th anniversary.  While a milestone for any marriage, ours brings a heaviness to the journey that most will never experience.  I chose to marry an injured woman. In all fairness, my decision wasn’t based in some sort of nobility...

Phantom Pain for Caregivers

For more than twenty five years, my wife, Gracie, has been an amputee and the subject of phantom-limb pain has often been discussed. Sometimes, amputees can feel the pain of a limb that is not there. In kind of a "reverse phantom-limb pain," we caregivers often feel...

5 Caregiving Lessons From Dad

Five Lessons from My Father That Prepared Me As a Caregiver Of the many things warranting my gratitude, few rise to the level of the deep appreciation I feel for my father—and the impact he continues to have on my life. As a caregiver for a wife with extreme...

Caregiver Guilt Versus Grace

Posted by Peter Rosenberger, Author, Speaker, Radio Host, and 30-year caregiver For every caregiver, guilt remains a seemingly insurmountable obstacle standing between us and a measure of peace in our hearts. In the face of overwhelming odds, we put ourselves in an...

A Remarkable Hero

On June 2, 2016, a remarkable hero quietly left this world. Stepping into eternity, Robertson McQuilkin ended his extraordinary work in this life—and those who knew him and knew of him can all agree on a life well lived in the service of his Savior. For a few years,...