Lisa Simmons’ second child Daniel was diagnosed with autism when autism was an obscure diagnosis . . . 1 in 10,000 children, compared to 1 in fewer than 70 children today. Although it was a bitter diagnosis, God has sustained and empowered her to rest in His sweet sovereignty.
When did you notice there was something different about your son, Daniel?
Why did you blame yourself for the problems with Daniel?
What did your husband think about your son's delayed development?
What do you say to mothers who battle with "mommy guilt?"
How did you handle challenges to your son's intelligence?
How did you overcome the fear of failure in Daniel learning new skills?
Were you angry at God for all of the challenges you faced?
What is H.O.P.E. and how do you apply it?
What do you say to people who are struggling to care for someone with special needs?
What is the meaning behind the title of your book?
Why is it an honor to struggle with a special needs child?