What Readers Are Saying...
– R. John Hurlbert, M.D., Ph.D., FRCSC, FACS, Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary
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.
– Sharyn Curtis, teacher, co-founder of LitNet!
I marvel at your transparency, your insight, your command of the English language. Can’t wait for the sequel.
– Elaine, homemaker
I…am even being healed of some issues that have haunted me for years.
– Scott J. Hamley, M.A.T.S.
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.
– Brenda, office manager
I just wanted to thank you for speaking to my hard heart and slow head through your book.
– Austin Boyd, author and speaker
Pamela Thorson has done a superb job of putting together a personal story of trial and triumph.
– Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center
I heartily recommend this book for any and everyone who deals with disability in the family!
– Jan Cline, author of Heart Out of Hiding, Simple Devotion and other devotional books - http://www.jancline.net
Pamela has captured the heart of a caregiver and insightfully tells us how to stand under the pressure of grief and hardship.
Impossible. That’s what they told us. Oh, they used different words at different hospitals, but they all said the same thing. After Kevin’s devastating spinal cord injury sustained in a fall, his situation seemed hopeless. He lay paralyzed from the neck down and kept alive by a ventilator. He was first taken to the local […]
He lies in a hospital room, his little eyes mostly closed. Although he is nearly a year old, he seems so small. Like millions of others, I only know Charlie because his picture and story have been in the news recently. The first thing that catches my eye in his pictures isn’t the tubes attached […]
It would have been so much easier to die. Nearly nineteen years ago, our son lay paralyzed in the grass of a church lawn in Canada. He was practicing backflips with a friend when he missed a rotation, fell on his head, and broke his neck nearly at his skull. As a friend ran for […]
I’m honored to have writer and counselor Susanne Maynes with us here at Every Life Matters. Susanne has worked at a pregnancy resource center for eight years. Her heart for God and her service to women in crisis uniquely equips her to speak with us today. I enter the room quietly, take my seat […]
In much wisdom there is much grief, and increasing knowledge results in increasing pain. -Ecclesiastes 1:18 NASB The Witch of Buchenwald Ilse Koch was the wife of Karl Koch, commandant of the notorious Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp during World War II. Not content to be a quiet […]
THE VOICE OF ONE CRYING IN THE WILDERNESS, ‘MAKE READY THE WAY OF THE LORD, MAKE HIS PATHS STRAIGHT.’ -Mark 1:3 Today my heart is broken. I haven’t watched the video. But a description of its contents is enough to send me reeling. The revelation of a doctor’s extraction of the brain of an aborted […]
“And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up and lift up your heads, for your redemption draws near.” Luke 21:28 Jubilee Bible “Why do you look for the living among the dead?” -Luke 24:5 NASB Inexplicably, we’re drawn to the life-and-death struggles. The cars lie mangled in the middle of the […]