A ministry for the wounded ... and those who care for them.

Standing With Hope has two program areas:

A prosthetic limb ministry to amputees in West Africa

A critical component of the prosthetic limb ministry is a recycling program where inmates at a Tennessee prison volunteer to disassemble used prostheses in order to recycle the feet, pylons, knees, connectors, adapters, prosthetic socks, belts, shoes, and even screws.

A ministry to family caregivers.  

Both of these programs have the single goal of equipping broken and hurting individuals to stand with hope in Jesus Christ.



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    Standing With Hope recycles donated prosthetic limbs and ships the usable parts to Ghana. There are many supplies (resin, stockinet, pigment, PVA bags, etc.) that need to be purchased regularly in order to make the custom-fitted limbs to serve amputees in Ghana and neighboring countries.
    Following the amputation of both legs below the knee, Standing With Hope founder, Gracie Rosenberger purposed to provide quality prosthetic limbs to her fellow amputees as a way of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Since 2005, we have partnered with the Republic of Ghana to treat hundreds of amputees.
    Drawing upon his 30+ year journey as Gracie's caregiver through a medical nightmare, Peter hosts a weekly program for family caregivers on more than 200 stations.
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Sponsor a prosthetic limb for $30.00 per month for a year. ($350 one-time).

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 $10 million in medical bills.

Don’t let caregivers struggle alone.

Send them a book, point them to the radio show, and help us reach family caregivers by supporting this ministry.  When you do so, you put thirty years of hard-won wisdom into the hands of a weary caregiver you know today!

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