Maisy Grace's Joy

  • May 20, 2016
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Hi, I’m Joni Eareckson Tada.  And I love the verse in Psalm 30 that says, “Weeping may remain for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.”  It’s a verse that comes to mind whenever I remember little Maisy Grace who I met at Family Retreat.  Maisy was born with complex medical problems, including skull abnormalities and life-threatening problems with her heart.  For the first two years of her life, Maisy lived in a hospital without the benefit of a caring family.  Her situation seemed hopeless, but God had a plan: Maisy was adopted into a loving, Christian family.  And now?  Every morning is full of joy for Maisy Grace.  And it’s such a delight to serve special-needs families like Maisy’s at our Family Retreats.  So, help us bring the joy of Jesus to kids with disabilities like Maisy.  Learn how you can serve at a Family Retreat by visiting us at

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