Suffering isn’t always to be identified with disability, but in many cases it is a real part of the lives of people with disabilities and their families. Timothy Keller, pastor at Redemer Presbyterian Church in New York City published a book this month titled Walking with God through Pain and Suffering. There are many books on suffering and faith, and so it can be difficult to know which ones are actually useful and which ones are reiterations of messages we’ve all heard before.

Thankfully, Joni Eareckson Tada has reviewed this one for us, and after 46 years of quadriplegia she knows the difference between helpful and unhelpful resources on suffering.

You can read her review here

or purchase the book directly from Amazon or Indigo.

Below, Tim Keller gives an introduction to his new book:

About Keith Dow

Keith serves as Manager of Organizational and Spiritual Life with Christian Horizons. He lives just South of Ottawa, Ontario, and holds his PhD in caregiving ethics from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. His book Formed Together: Mystery, Narrative, and Virtue in Christian Caregiving released March 2021 through Baylor University Press. Connect with Keith on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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