If you are foster or adoptive parents, Wounded Children, Healing Homes by Jayne E. Schooler; Betsy Keefer Smalley & Timothy J. Callahan is a must read.
A recent radio interview with Dr. John Rich caught my ear the other day. He was explaining why he wrote the book, Wrong Place, Wrong Time. After watching young black men stream through Boston City Hospital’s ER with gunshot and knife wounds, he started listening to their stories.
Wrong Place, Wrong Time
The previous post in this series introduced you to Justin and Victoria Nelson, proud parents of Moriah, age two. In this post, you’ll hear their answers to some questions about how Moriah’s medical saga has impacted them.
How Has This Changed You?
Justin: I learned to come to God and give him each day. Trust
Every now and then, God flabbergasts me with his creative ways of bringing people together. Recently, he used modern cyberspace and an old-fashioned book to connect me with to delightful young parents.
Moriah’s Mom and Dad
I first learned about Moriah’s mom and dad, Victoria and Justin Nelson, by clicking on
After sharing Chad’s story in the first post in this series, I knew you’d want to see a picture of this handsome young man. It makes you smile, doesn’t it?
Rita’s Advice for Parents
When Rita and I talked on the phone a few weeks ago, I asked her to share advice with parents of kids with special needs
One of the most gratifying aspects of my work is connecting with parents of kids with special needs and hearing their stories. One of those parents is Rita Gray whose son Chad is a childhood cancer survivor.
Chad was diagnosed with high risk leukemia in September of 1996 when he was four years