“Unbroken Faith is a MUST read for EVERY parent of a child with special needs. This is my new number one resource to give to every newly diagnosed family with special needs in our ministry and is also a great resource for one of our Parent Support Groups or Parent Bible Studies!”—Stephen "Doc" Hunsley, M.D., pastor of Grace Church, Overland Park, Kansas, SOAR Special Needs Ministry Director, and special needs parent- Stephen "Doc" Hunsley, M.D.
“Unbroken Faith is medicine for a hurting heart. In this extraordinary book, Diane reassures you of God’s goodness, reminding you that it’s okay to grieve… weep… doubt… and to ask the hardest of questions…. An excellent resource for support groups or Bible studies, it is a valuable tool for any church leader, friend or family member who wants to better nurture the hearts of special needs parents.”—From the foreword by Joni Eareckson Tada, author, speaker, disability advocate, CEO of Joni and Friends- Joni Eareckson Tada
“Unbroken Faith is wisdom not just for the parent of the special needs child, but for all of us who have faced brokenness in ourselves or our loved ones. I give Unbroken Faith my highest endorsement. I thank Jesus for the refining and transformational work He is doing in Diane Dokko Kim, and for those who brave to pick up this book in search of deeper still.”—Cynthia Zierhut, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Former Research Psychologist, UC Davis MIND Institute and Champions Director at Capital Christian Center, owner of Early Days Autism Center- Cynthia Zierhut
“I do not understand why God’s world contains such deep suffering, nor why shared suffering often brings the deepest community and such inspiring goodness. Unbroken Faith names both the darkness and light in ways that will comfort, challenge, and re-awaken the ache of hope.”—John Ortberg, senior pastor of Menlo Church, and author of I’d Like You More If You Were More Like Me- John Ortberg
"Unbroken Faith meets a profound need in the market and in churches. Scripturally sound, it is a fantastic tool to help facilitate validation, emotional healing, and most importantly, spiritual growth. I am thrilled and proud to recommend this resource to churches who want to help special needs parents grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ.”—Amy Fenton Lee, author of Leading a Special Needs Ministry: A Practical Guide to Including Children and Loving Families and blogger at theinclusivechurch.com- Amy Fenton Lee
"With raw authenticity and sensitivity, Diane helps me understand the unspoken cries of a special needs parent, and offers guidance on how to love, support—and most importantly—do life together.”—Kathi Lipp, speaker and best-selling author of The Husband Project, Overwhelmed, and Clutter Free- Kathi Lipp