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Cancer. Stroke. Alzheimer's. These are just three in the list of too many diagnoses that cause the lives of the patient and their caregivers to tilt in the unexpected storm.

This put me in a role in which I don’t think I really have ever excelled at. I’m the big strong daddy, the strong and determined husband. I’m the intellectual, the rational, the factual person. I’m the
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Published July 2014 by Energion Publications
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April Yamasaki
There are other resources if you’re looking for advice on how to navigate the medical system or information on specific treatments and medications. But for personal encouragement, for a biblical perspective on practical caregiving, for reflecting on the related spiritual challenges, this booklet is a helpful resource.
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Robert Martin was born in Puerto Rico to Mennonite parents who taught him to engage the world around him, be a witness in who he is and what he does, and to seek to connect across cultures. He has a BA in Mathematics Education from Messiah College and an MA in Theology and Church Leadership from Biblical Theological Seminary.
Robert lives in Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia with his wife, Heath
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