A Conversation With THE SHACK Author, Paul Young

April 12, 2018

Paul Young, author of the best-selling book, THE SHACK ( now a feature film), calls the show to share insights regarding God's love for those who suffer ...and those who care for them.

Clinging To A Rope In the Darkness

November 2, 2017

When visiting friends in the hospital, the room adjacent to them recalled a defining caregiving moment for me from nearly thirty years ago.

Caller Angry At Treatment of Her Elderly Mother and At Her Wits’ End.

November 4, 2016

Do you feel that you are at the mercy of the system?  It's easy for us as caregivers to easily feel taken advantage of, given the "run-around," and be marginalized by the very people we look to for help ... in the health care system. 

Listen to the caller express her frustration as we tackle the topic of anger. 

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Impotent Fury

October 25, 2015

Many caregivers secretly (and not so secretly) struggle with anger and "raging with impotent fury" at a disease or an impairment that is elusive and beyond our control.  How can you live in in peace with a relentless enemy that you can't fight?

The Peter Rosenberger Show is sponsored by Standing With Hope, Inc.  a 501 (c) 3 organization.  

In 2012, Standing With Hope launched an outreach to caregivers of disabled, elderly, or chronically-ill loved ones.  This program is also deeply personal to Gracie and Peter Rosenberger.  Peter, who has served as the caregiver for Gracie for 30 years, draws upon his lifetime of experience to offer a lifeline to those struggling to care for vulnerable loved one.
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Angry at God ( and others)?

May 19, 2015

From a recent dialogue on the show about anger at God.  "I went from praying for 'Rescuing Grace" ...to asking for for 'Sustaining Grace.'"

Some of that anger was also directed at church folks who "dangle the carrot of 'victory' and 'breakthrough' to those struggling with irreversible challenges.