At age 29, Renée Bondi was engaged to be married and had a beautiful singing voice, a thriving career as a music teacher, and a loving family. But then one night a bizarre accident shattered her spine and left her quadriplegic. Her life changed forever. Renée lost not only all use of her hands and legs, but also her singing voice — she could barely speak above a whisper. Unwilling to accept that her life was over, Renée searched her heart and sought the Lord for direction. Although there were many dark days, Renée continued to persevere. Read more
Many people over the years have asked me how I, as a quadriplegic, remain so healthy. With as many people as I come in contact with annually, people think I have reason to constantly be on antibiotics battling some kind of bacteria. Well, I am NOT on antibiotics and am amazed that I have not had a cold or flu for the last several years. I may begin to get the sniffles, but it never takes hold. Mike used to get horrible bronchial infections about twice a year. The infection has not reared its ugly head for over 5 years. Read more
You blessed our soxs off! Have your ears been burning? All rave reviews. It’s hard to describe
how I was personally ministered. Watching and listening to you was an incredible experience. Your words and music
were perfect…it was a joy to share the platform with you.
Joni Eareckson Tada, Author,
Director of Joni & Friends International Disability Center