Resources

Arrow

The History and People of an Idaho Community

Out from the Shadows

31 devotions for the weary caregiver.

Song in the Night

A botched backflip ignites a desperate fight for life.

Prisms Caregiving

Prisms Caregiving: Inspirations and Resources

What Readers Are Saying...

Both honest and accurate as only those things that come from deep within the heart can be… I know that without a doubt, others will find strength and direction from it.

– R. John Hurlbert, M.D., Ph.D., FRCSC, FACS, Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary

I marvel at your transparency, your insight, your command of the English language. Can’t wait for the sequel.

– Sharyn Curtis, teacher, co-founder of LitNet!

I…am even being healed of some issues that have haunted me for years.

– Elaine, homemaker

I enjoyed how your picture of God is of Someone present and involved, as relevant and practical as a daily business transaction, yet without diminishing His majesty.

– Scott J. Hamley, M.A.T.S.

I just wanted to thank you for speaking to my hard heart and slow head through your book.

– Brenda, office manager

Pamela Thorson has done a superb job of putting together a personal story of trial and triumph.

– Austin Boyd, author and speaker

I heartily recommend this book for any and everyone who deals with disability in the family!

– Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center

Pamela has captured the heart of a caregiver and insightfully tells us how to stand under the pressure of grief and hardship.

– Jan Cline, author of Heart Out of Hiding, Simple Devotion and other devotional books - http://www.jancline.net

An Every Day Thanksgiving

My husband and I were talking about the world situation the other day. From recent news reports, everything appears to be going to “hell in a hand basket,” as my blessed mother would have said. I’m not sure what the phrase means, but when she used it about any particular situation, we always knew that life […]

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Never Give Up

I awakened this morning to snow…again. This is one of the longest winters I can remember, and as I face the prospect of another gray day, spring seems to be a distant hope. The morning drudgery is brightened by a steaming cup of coffee and my quiet time. I’m reading about Joseph in Egypt. As […]

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