Peter Rosenberger

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The Peter Rosenberger Show


In his weekly radio show, Peter delves into the challenging issues faced by caregivers.  From the practical to the spiritual, Peter helps caregivers identify “what help looks like,” while also providing them with the vocabulary and encouragement to ask for that help.

Drawing upon his astonishing understanding of health care issues, a deep compassion for the heartache of caregiving, and his vast experience as a caregiver,  Peter empowers fellow caregivers to take charge of their own, finances, and emotional state —regardless of the circumstances of their loved ones.

Knowing the emotional toll of serving as a caregiver, Peter’s outrageous humor brings the fresh air of laughter into the painful places faced by America’s caregiving  population. Listeners leave each show feeling stronger, calmer, and better equipped to face the daily difficulties of caring for vulnerable loved ones.

Click here to Listen on your phone/tablet  Live EACH SUNDAY AT 3 PM CST on 1510 WLAC (Nashville) or world-wide on IHEART Radio.  Call in live 800- 688-WLAC (9522)

Ministry to special needs children and their families.

Special Guest:  Dr. Julie Lane discussing Christian Ministry to children with special needs ...and their families. 
Special monologue.

The Problem of Pain.  Sharing Gracie Rosenberger's insights pain ...learned from her 32 year ordeal of hurting.  

An Extraordinary Father


For Father's Day 2015, I talked with my dad about impact he's had on me.  

Married for 57 years, Dad has six children, 17 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.
An officer in the US Navy, Chaplain(CAPT), USNR, Dad has also served as a minister for 53+ years. 
In a recent article, I wrote about 5 things he modeled that helped prepare me to be a caregiving husband.  Listen to us discuss it in this inspiring interview with an extraordinary man. 

Mingled Tears


An extraordinary story of President George W. Bush illustrates a picture of Christ ministering to us in our grief.