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Steve Bundy

Host: Dr. Tim Clinton

March 28, 2022

When Steve Bundy discovered that his newborn son, Caleb, had multiple disabilities, he was devastated and struggled with a crisis of faith. He and his wife, Melissa, traded toy trucks for full-time caregiving. On today's edition of Family Talk, the senior vice president at Joni and Friends Ministries confesses that he was angry, lost, and disillusioned after his son's diagnosis. When Steve asked God why He wouldn't fix Caleb, he felt the Lord say, "Aren't you glad I didn't require you to be fixed before I accepted you?" Through this process, Steve has learned that, "suffering without purpose is meaningless. But suffering with purpose through the sovereignty of God has all the meaning in the world."

Meet the Guest

 

Steve Bundy

Steve Bundy is the vice president of the Christian Institute on Disability, and ministry chaplain at Joni and Friends, the non-profit organization whose mission is to accelerate Christian ministry worldwide in the community of those with disabilities. He is responsible for the execution of ministry programs as well as spiritual encouragement for employees. He is a published author and co-author with Joni Eareckson Tada of the book entitled Beyond Suffering: A Christian View of Disability Ministry. His latest book with Doug Mazza is Another Kind of Courage. Steve holds a B.A. in theology and missions, a certificate in Christian apologetics and an M.A. in organizational leadership. He is a licensed minister and has served as a pastor and missionary. Steve and his wife, Melissa, have two sons, and make their home in Simi Valley, California.

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