EVERY DAY, you will encounter at least one of the 65+million caregivers. They feel overwhelmed, stressed, and burned out.
Do you know what to say to them?
Through our radio show, books, and live appearances we are bringing practical help, Biblical principles, and community to those isolated in caring for vulnerable loved ones. Peter Rosenberger, co-founder and president of Standing With Hope, brings his 30 years of experience as his wife’s [Gracie] caregiver through a medical nightmare of 80 operations, multiple amputations, and more than $9 million in medical bills
former Galloping Gourmet
Kenneth L. Farmer, MD
Kenneth L. Farmer, Jr. MD
Major General, US Army (Retired)
Through his weekly radio show, books, and speaking events, Peter offer practical help to fellow caregivers, while imparting Biblical principles and pointing weary hearts to Christ. Peter regularly equips church leaders on effectively ministering to the vast (and growing) caregiving population.
“Our attendees said Peter was the best of 15 national speakers.”
~ Todd Strawser, Christian Family Eldercare
Click here to Invite Peter Rosenberger to your event to discuss:
- Ministering to Caregivers
- Surviving and Thriving as as Caregiver.
- Marketing Products and Services to Caregivers.
- The Employer and The Caregiver/Caregivers In the WorkForce
- Winning Appeals With Insurance Companies
- “See the Heart Not the Chart”
- Faith and Suffering
A Lifetime of Experience
The experience and wisdom he has gleaned gives Peter an astonishing understanding of health care issues facing millions of people. But more than that, he has unmatched empathy for the deep heartache faced by his fellow caregivers …that causes even the strongest to falter.
He has spoken/performed at hundreds of events including disability conferences, churches, conventions, association meetings, service organizations.
Catering his message to each audience he works with, Peter offer benefits to two groups of people: caregivers and other people who are in a position to help a caregiver.
In addition to speaking to counselors, physicians, pastors, social workers, financial planners, and many other groups, Peter also brings a strong understanding of the need of today’s employers as they come to grips with a vast population of working caregivers. Weaving insights gathered from a lifetime of caregiving, Peter extends a lifeline of practical help to not only those caring for vulnerable loved ones, but also to the ones who seek to connect their products, services, and/or support to caregivers.