“I believe God has helped me get to the bottom of my innermost fears by being a caregiver,” says author Janette Warrington as she helps readers understand the sacrifice and blessings of caring for those with long-term maladies and her personal journey to liberty.
Based on the author’s compelling true story of being a caregiver to a brain-injured relative, A Caregiver’s Triumph chronicles Warrington’s early life during the Great Depression era as well as facing the ups and downs of caring for the sick.
Written in an easy-to-read style, A Caregiver’s Triumph is not only the author’s story of fulfilling her call as a caregiver, it also tells the story of her victory over depression and sexual abuse through her faith in Jesus Christ.
A Caregiver’s Triumph is a must-read for anyone who has taken on the responsibility for caring for the sick or faced insurmountable odds and looked to overcome them through the power of faith, forgiveness and redemption.
About the author:
A native of Michigan, young high school graduate Jan Warrington started her climb through Christian education and real estate. She was a correspondent for a state-wide recreational newspaper and expanded to include nostalgic Christmas stories and other writings for local newspapers. Challenged by dyslexia, she earned a Ph.D at the age of 69 and was granted a 2nd honorary one for her extensive work in the brain injury movement. She is married to Willard, a retired administrator and professor, and has 4 living children, 6 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren.
Recently released by Jan Warrington The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome (Creation House 2006).