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.
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.
TOXIC MASCULINITY:The Tweet that Launched a Thousand Razor Burns Apparently, Donald Trump isn’t the only one who can set off a firestorm with a Tweet. Gillette seems to be giving the President a run...read more
Medically Assisted Death and the Family CaregiverAs more states adopt paths for medically assisted death, family caregivers remain virtually omitted from the conversation and care. The...read more
So many moving things reflected the best of America during the entire week with the Bush family following the funeral of President George H.W. Bush. Tributes, beautiful music, and...read more
For as long as I can remember, when my father came home from reserve duty in the military, he brought small gifts. Each of my brothers and my sister received a pack of M & M’s....read more
Truckers and TraumaPeter RosenbergerOn Interstate 40 in west Tennessee, a young woman in a sedan sped past a group of truckers on November 18,1983. Maneuvering her car in front of the...read more
A Special Teacher In the Spring of 1983, 17-year-old Gracie Parker auditioned for a music scholarship at Nashville's Belmont University. Standing before the music faculty teachers, she...read more