From the Heart – When Is It Right to Die? | Joni & Friends
I always smile when I talk about heaven and that glorious Day when I will see Jesus. Oh, the joy of being with my Savior forever! But the hard part is… getting there. When God calls us home, we all ho
This week, we’re so excited to share our brand-new book, Real Families, Real Needs with you! Because when it comes to caring for loved ones affected by disability, we want to stand by your side and help you find comfort in a community that understands.
Redeeming Ruth | Joni & Friends
I love stories of what happens in a family when an orphan with a disability is adopted! The lives of my friend Meadow Merrill and her husband, Dana, were forever changed when they met a 16-month-old l
Sermon on the Mount: 30-Day Devotional Guide (10 Pack)
The Blessed Way is a beautifully-designed devotional guide, featuring a 30-day reading plan through the Sermon on the Mount. Curated by the editors of Christianity Today, each daily reading features biblical insight and encouragement from some of today’s leading Christian voices. Click here to see a preview! What's
The Wolfs Come to Visit! | Joni & Friends
Our good friends, Jay and Katherine Wolf, came by the IDC a few weeks ago – they have a remarkable story that involves deep suffering and healing hope (shortly after Katherine gave birth to their firs
Marriage in the Second Half of Life | Joni & Friends
Ken and I will be coming up on 35 years of marriage, and believe it or not, we are still loving being husband and wife – and that's saying something, because being married that long does have its
Hope Sees | Joni & Friends
My friend, Gail McWilliams, may be blind, but she sees so much more than most people I know. Gail has the uncanny ability to see things from God's point-of-view, and that makes her blindness a gi
The Daniel Prayer | Joni & Friends
When Anne Graham Lotz writes anything about prayer, I sit up and listen. And her newest book, The Daniel Prayer, is so timely – it is an urgent clarion call to every Christian who desires to see Ameri
Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child | Joni & Friends
When I was first injured and new to quadriplegia, my parents' support made all the difference. My mother's frequent visits to wash my hair and Daddy's crutches "click-clacking"
Joni Eareckson Tada on John Piper's Lessons from a Hospital Bed
John Piper's newest little book is short and inexpensive and designed to be given away to those wanting not to waste their hospital stay. Here is Joni Eareckson Tada's foreword.