Peter Rosenberger

An exceptional voice of experience—for an unprecedented need.

A thirty-year caregiver for his wife, Gracie, who lives with severe disabilities, Peter Rosenberger understands the caregiver’s journey, and is on a mission to strengthen the family caregiver.  Through his books, music, and weekly radio show heard on more than 200 stations, Peter demonstrates an unswerving commitment to those who put themselves between a vulnerable loved one and even worse disaster.

Endorsements

Peter Rosenberger is absolutely amazing. A true leader by example. Read what he has to say and you will understand why he is the most qualified person to teach you how to thrive as a caregiver

David Asarnow

CEO: Business Nitrogen

In a world hung up on trying to make sense out of hard times, Peter drives the point home that “we don’t have to understand—God understands, and that’s enough.” This is THE book for caregivers, written by one with scars and immense credibility.

Jeff Foxworthy

Entertainer/TV HOST

With tenacity, tenderness and humor Peter Rosenberger brings hope to those who find themselves in the overwhelming and sometimes lonely role of caregiver.

Amy Grant

Singer/Author

Gracie, with undaunted courage, lives everyday where only our deepest fears takes us—and that is, a world of unrelenting pain.  To spend time with her, though, is to feel a lot of that courage infuse into your own heart.  You can’t help but sense the divine strength which is her daily comfort and consolation.

Joni Eareckson-Tada

Author/Speaker/Founder: Joni and Friends

None of us ever plan to be in a position like Peter, but it happens. When I was helping to care for a stroke-ridden father for many years, I wish I had had this book to lean upon!

Joe Bonsall

The Oak Ridge Boys

Peter is a trusted voice in the caregiving world offering powerful tips and strategies with a lot of empathy and humor. He is an informed, engaging host whose distinct perspective, formed over decades, is valued and appreciated.

Leeza Gibbons

NYT Best-Selling Author/ Talk Show Host

“As caregivers, we often feel isolated, but for me, reading and listening to Peter feels like a one-on-one encounter. It could be as intensely personal to you, too!”

Graham Kerr

Formerly: The Galloping Gourmet

Hope for the Caregiver Blog

You Can’t Play A Piano With Clenched Fists

Caregivers and Resentment Resentment seems to be a regular companion for caregivers.  Often stemming from a deep-seated belief of obligation, caregivers drive themselves mercilessly with such internal commands such as, “I have to, I must, I’m supposed to, and I need...

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The Orientation and Disorientation of Caregivers

The Orientation and Disorientation of Caregivers Walking into Waffle House for breakfast, I held the door for two men. The younger man awkwardly helped his older companion with a walker and oxygen tank. No stranger to these things myself, I waited for...

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A Deeper Consolation

Yet Another Consolation Opportunity As the news of yet another mass shooting confronted America following the tragedy in Pittsburgh, the frequency of these events may have created an ancillary effect. Where Americans once put our hands over our mouth in horror, an...

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Joni, Gracie, and S.693

Joni Eareckson Tada and Gracie Rosenberger Discuss Senate Bill 693 (S.693) From HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER 10/30/2018 MUSIC INTRO (Gracie and Joni performing Through It All) If I’d never had a problem, I would not know Jesus could solve them. I’d...

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Healthy Caregivers Can Speak Life

Choosing Life The state of Hawaii recently passed the Our Care, Our Choice Act, which legalizes “medically assisted death.” For those wanting to end their life, the act requires two witnesses attesting to their desire for death. In addition, two doctors must agree the...

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Caregivers Attending Church

“When we try to attend Church, it seems something ALWAYS goes wrong!” When caring for someone with dementia, isolation develops as an increasing challenge for family caregivers.  Many caregivers feel cut off from places of comfort and community, such as attending...

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10 Tips To Help Dementia Patients With Meals

The challenges of dementia don't simply stop at forgetfulness. Virtually every area of a dementia patient's life feels the impact of this heartbreaking condition—including meals. Once serving as a time of fellowship, dementia can turn mealtimes into flash...

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If the Machine is Broken, Protect Your Treasure!

Why Continue Putting Coins In A Broken Soda Machine? At a support group I regularly attend, a soda machine dispensing perfectly chilled drinks hums quietly against the wall. While seemingly a small thing, I enjoy the meetings with...

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How Can You Laugh at A Time Like This?!

    Our life as caregivers can be filled with grim and painful things, and those circumstances can transfer us into grim people. Thirty years as a caregiver has taught me the importance of humor and laughter.  Furthermore, I found it helpful to look for...

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Radio Shows on Sunday

  • 1510 WLAC Nashville, TN
  • WDRU AM1030 Durham, NC
  • WDRU 105.5FM Durham, NC
  • WDRU 105.7FM Durham, NC
  • WTRU AM830 Winston Salem/Greensboro
  • WTRU 97.7FM Winston Salem/Greensboro

 

  • KUTR AM820 Salt Lake City
  • KUTR 95.3 FM Salt Lake City
  • KTIA 99.3FM Boone/Des Moines
  • WLES AM 590 Richmond
  • WLES 97.7 FM Richmond
  • AM 960 / FM 105.7 FM Charlotte, NC
  • WTRU 102.9FM High Point, NC

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Peter and Gracie Rosenberger

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 Standing With Hope

Healthy Caregivers Make Better Caregivers
I suppose you can call me the “Crash-Test Dummy” of caregivers! – Peter Rosenberger

The goal is not to Feel Better about our journey as caregivers..It’s to BE better!”