Bob West and his wife, Sue, had typical dreams of home and family. But those dreams took on a new direction after their oldest son, Kyle, was born two months premature, then diagnosed with cerebral palsy, and endured 11 major surgeries over 17 years. Now Bob is committed to putting the right disability resources into the hands of families facing similarly difficult circumstances.
Tell us about the surprises that came with the birth of your son, Kyle.
Tell us about the day you learned Kyle had cerebral palsy.
What are the "Three Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me?"
How have you and your wife worked together through the challenges you both are facing?
How has God been a father to you through these experiences?
How have you come to the place of being content with the challenges God has given you?
How has your faith helped get you through the "tough stuff?"
Why is it okay sometime for faith to be "messy?"
Why is walking through our grief a necessary part of understanding how God loves us?
What are some things that fathers of special needs children need to hear?