The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome
Do circumstances look out of control?
They are never out of God's!
Jan Warrington's adopted son, David—a young, brilliant elementary school teacher—was in a serious car accident that left him brain injured. As Jan shares David's slow recovery in a serious car accident that left him brain injured. As Jan shares David's slow recovery process, discover how you, if faced with giving care to a loved one can:
- Maneuver through impossible situations as a caregiver.
- Recognize benefits and miracles in the middle of those trying moments.
- Move in the power of God's love.
- Draw strength from humor and the joy of the Lord.
- See the triumphs of progress when there is nothing but hopelessness.
- Experience the hand of God at work.
- Walk in faith each day for your loved one's healing.
- Make vital practical decisions with long-lasting positive results
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 statewide recreational newspaper and expanded her writing to include nostalgic Christmas stories and assignments for local newspapers. Challenged by dyslexia, she earned a PhD at the age of sixty-nine and was granted a second honorary degree for her extensive work in the brain injury movement. She is married to Willard, a retired administrator and professor, and has four children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. She is also the author of A Caregiver’s Triumph, (Creation House, 2005).
Publisher: Creation House; 0 edition (August 3, 2006)
Paperback: 208 pages
Item Weight: 12.2 ounces
Dimensions: 6 x 0.51 x 9 inches