October 2018

Happy 69th Birthday, Joni!

Today, we are celebrating Joni’s 69th birthday! We continue to see the Lord’s faithfulness in her life as she pours out her heart into the ministry of Joni and Friends. And as she celebrates today, she remembers the hundreds of believers who prayed for her healing when she was first injured. They...

Your Life of Service Shines for Jesus

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Oct. 11, 2018
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Michael Panther, a former Cause 4 Life intern, is now a disability ministry leader spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. In addition to serving at Family Retreats and on Wheels for the World outreaches, Michael also collects wheelchairs through Chair Corps and lead a Harvest Project...

The Visible Power of God

When I look at my daughter, Sarah, I see beauty. I see strength. I see joy. Sarah, like all of us, has been made in the image of God. Being His image bearer makes her beautiful, as does her winsome smile and that mischievous twinkle that lights up her eyes right before she tells me a joke. Sarah...

Need a Christmas Gift Idea?... Joni’s 2019 Planner!

This Christmas, give your family and friends the perfect gift—our 2019 Planner! Joni’s exquisite painting Sunset By The Ocean captures the beauty of God’s creation. The theme for the Planner is hope. Throughout the year, you’ll find encouragement in Joni’s monthly devotions taken from...

Jaycee's Mission Field

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Oct. 2, 2018
  • Cause 4 Life

Disability has always been a part of Jaycee’s life. Growing up with an older brother affected by disability, Jaycee has always been deeply involved with disability ministry. And last year, after hearing about Joni and Friends through her mentor, she packed her bags and headed to California to be a part of our summer academy internship program.

“I didn’t know a lot about Joni and Friends, but I came anyway. And afterward, I fell in love with their ministry and their mission – so I decided to come back again this summer and become a Corporate Intern, as well as lead the Academy Internship that I was a part of last year.”

Here at the International Disability Center (IDC)...