Kathleen welcomes the reader into the world inhabited by a parent of a child with a disability to experience with her the moments of despair, the joy of resplendent victories, and the redemptive presence of God in the midst of deep personal questioning.
Kathleen Deyer Bolduc
Journeying through the wasteland of grief is lonely. I know. I've traveled this land for thirteen years since the birth of my third son, Joel Christopher. Joel has moderate mental retardation and mild autism.
This is the story of my search for God in the midst of disability; the story of my attempt to make sense of something utterly senseless - a beautiful boy with a damaged brain.