Over the course of the last three years, I went from using this blog to keep our friends and family informed on Nathan’s medical and developmental challenges to writing for various other blogs and websites. It has slowly grown. I’ve added readers that I’ve never met. They’ve encouraged me and shared their own stories of disability. I started to feel less alone. I think they do too. I want to continue to connect with more people within the the special needs community and build awareness for people with disabilities.
So I’m humbly launching my first effort to grow our little ministry. My eBook, All Things Beautiful: Finding Beauty and Hope in a Special Needs Diagnosis, is a collection of posts from this blog. Recorded here are those stories, and the beauty and hope, that I discovered in the midst of the pain.
If you’ve been reading along since the beginning you probably know some of these stories already. (Full disclosure.) However, I would still love for you to download this FREE eBook and also share this link with your family and friends. It’s sort of a way for them to catch-up and join in our journey.
All you need to do to download this FREE eBook is sign up to receive posts via e-mail.
Over these last three years I’ve slowly seen God writing a beautiful story into my life and my family. It has been a difficult, and at times lonely, journey. However, I am realizing that God does make all things beautiful in his time and that we are never really alone if we have Him.
Whatever your circumstances and wherever you are on your journey, I hope that the stories in this eBook touch the stories in your life: that you know you are not alone, that there is beauty to be found in differences and disability, and that there is One true hope.
[God] has made all things beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end.” (Ecclesiastes 3:11)
My book, Beauty in Broken Dreams: A Hopeful Handbook for the Early Years as a Special Needs Parent, is now available on Amazon!
Also be sure to check out my list of Favorite Books on Disability!