Joni Eareckson Tada: The Dignity of Every Human Life

Today, as part of our continuing series on Christian calling, we present John Stonestreet’s interview with Joni Eareckson Tada about her passionate commitment to protecting the God-given dignity of people with disabilities—especially in a culture that is increasingly accepting the idea that some lives aren’t worth living.

How is it that more and more Christians are accepting the notion of physician assisted suicide? Why are we so afraid of pain and suffering?

As John mentions in the podcast, Joni’s outstanding book “When Is It Right to Die?” is available at our online bookstore at BreakPoint.org.

And we do hope you will join Joni Earecskon Tada, John Stonestreet, Eric Metaxas, Andrew Peterson and more at the Wilberforce Weekend this coming May 18 -20 in Washington DC.

To register, please come to wilberforceweekend.org.

Resources

When Is It Right to Die?
  • Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Zondervan
  • 2018

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