Encouragement for Your Journey
Join Dr. Holmes as she interviews Lisa Jamieson from Walk Right In Ministries…
Lisa shares an opportunity mindset, encouraging parents and family caregivers in ways to thrive despite their limitations and complicated situations. She will provide insight into how every family member is uniquely designed with valued strengths as well as vulnerabilities that present opportunities to grow. The tips and strategies Lisa offers will help complex families learn to live cooperatively and care for each other well.
Lisa Jamieson is an author, caregiver consultant, and pastoral counselor as well as co-founder of Walk Right In Ministries, a non-profit organization building faith and community with special needs families. Her popular books and studies include Finding Glory in the Thorns and a children’s book on prayer. Lisa facilitates a weekly online peer discussion group for caregivers and hosts monthly Real Talk Livestream conversations covering meaningful topics for families impacted by disability. She is passionate about connecting caregivers for practical, emotional, and spiritual encouragement. She and her husband, Larry, live in Minnesota with the youngest of their three grown daughters, Carly, who has Angelman Syndrome.
You can find her and learn more about Walk Right In Ministries at www.WalkRightIn.org
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