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More than inspirational

Joni Eareckson Tada’s half-century as a quadriplegic and a disabilities advocate is far more than a story of human endurance. It’s a Christ-exalting example of a courageous truth Christians don’t always embrace: ‘When I am weak, then I am strong’


Joni Eareckson Tada in her studio at the Joni and Friends offices. Gary Fong/Genesis

More than inspirational
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Joni in 1964.

Joni in 1964. Handout

Joni in 1964.

Joni in 1964. Handout

Joni in 1964.

Joni in 1964. Handout

Joni in 1964.

Joni in 1964. Handout


Jamie Dean

Jamie is national editor of WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously worked for the Charlotte World. Jamie has covered politics, disasters, religion, and more for WORLD. She resides in Charlotte, N.C.

@deanworldmag

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E Cole

Great article about a remarkable woman.