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Help A Friend Pamphlets - Introducing a new series Joni Eareckson Tada
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From forgotten medication to forgotten faces, memory loss can be incredibly painful for the family members of the sufferer. Our most valued relationships are built off fond memories, but when these memories start to fade, it's important to have support from others. Your help and encouragement can make a difference! Get equipped with biblical wisdom and practical, time-tested advice from Joni Eareckson Tada and gain the confidence to be there for your friend or relative when they need you most.

Includes:
  • Simple Overview—Explanation of the topic with encouragement to provide support and comfort
  • Clear Examples—Brief stories, description of stages your friend is likely to experience, learn what can be expected in types of suffering, assurance of God's comfort and more!
  • Quick Tips— Actions/words that help; things to avoid saying; tips for getting others involved; resource lists; when to seek professional help, and more!
  • Instant Encouragement—Enjoy having comforting and non-cookie-cutter Bible verses and quotes from Joni Eareckson Tada and others at your fingertips!

About the Help a Friend Pamphlet Series

The Help a Friend pamphlet series focuses on the first response by a caring friend to bad news about a loved one. Get equipped to be supportive and encouraging to the sufferer. Gain the confidence to reach out rather than avoid.


Biography:

About the Author

Joni Eareckson Tada, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Joni and Friends International Disability Center, is an international advocate for people with disabilities. A diving accident in 1967 left Joni Eareckson, then 17, a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, without the use of her hands. After two years of rehabilitation, she emerged with new skills and a fresh determination to help others in similar situations.

Joni and her husband, Ken Tada, have been married since 1982.

Ministry

JONI EARECKSON TADA - Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Mrs. Tada has served on the National Council on Disability and the Disability Advisory Committee to the U.S. State Department. She is Senior Associate for Disability Concerns for the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and serves in an advisory capacity to the American Leprosy Mission, the National Institute on Learning Disabilities, Love and Action and Christian Blind Mission International, as well as on the Board of Reference for the Christian Writers Guild and the Christian Medical and Dental Society.

Beginning in 1982, she began hosting “Joni and Friends,” a daily five-minute radio program of information and inspiration. Now four minutes in length, the program airs on more than 1,000 outlets and reaches 1 million listeners a week. A new one-minute inspirational program, “Diamonds in the Dust,” also airs daily on more than 800 stations nationwide. The 30-minute television version of “Joni and Friends” looks at people who inspire Joni by enduring the most difficult trials while continuing to trust in God. In May 2012 the “Joni and Friends” radio program celebrated 30 years of broadcasting.

She has been interviewed or featured on TV shows such as “Larry King Live” and “ABC World News Tonight,” in print outlets such as Christianity Today, World Magazine, the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times and on radio shows such as “Focus on the Family” and “FamilyTalk with Dr. James Dobson.”

Awards

After being the first woman honored by the National Association of Evangelicals as its “Layperson of the Year” in 1986, Joni was named “Churchwoman of the Year” in 1993 by the Religious Heritage Foundation.

She has received numerous other awards and honors, including the American Academy of Achievement’s Golden Plate Award; The Courage Award from the Courage Rehabilitation Center; The Award of Excellence from the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center; The Victory Award from the National Rehabilitation Hospital; and The Golden Word Award from the International Bible Society.

Joni has been awarded several honorary degrees, including: Bachelor of Letters from Western Maryland College; Doctor of Humanities from Gordon College; Doctor of Humane Letters from Columbia International University, the first bestowed in its 75-year history; Doctor of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary; Doctor of Divinity from Lancaster Bible College; a Doctor of Humanitarian Services from California Baptist University; and in 2009, a Doctor of Humane Letters by Indiana Wesleyan University. She was also inducted into Indiana Wesleyan University’s “Society of World Changers.”

Joni has written over 50 books and numerous magazine articles. She was inducted into the Christian Booksellers’ Association’s Hall of Honor in 1995 and received the Gold Medallion Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Joni’s works cover topics ranging from disability outreach to reaching out to God and include: “A Christmas Longing,” depicting her best-loved Christmas paintings, and “Life and Death Dilemma,” addressing the tough issues of physician-assisted suicide. The mystery of suffering is systematically examined in “When God Weeps: Why Our Sufferings Matter to the Almighty,” a book written with Steve Estes in 1997 which won the Gold Medallion Award.

In 2002, Joni received the William Ward Ayer Award for excellence from the National Religious Broadcasters’ Association. In 2012, the National Religious Broadcasters inducted Joni Eareckson Tada into its “Hall of Fame.”

In 2012 The Colson Center on Christian Worldview awarded Joni its prestigious “William Wilberforce Award.”