In this book, Randy Broberg describes his ongoing battle with Parkinson's, being abducted in Italy, his father's mental illness and suicide, and other life experiences. As a result, Randy has unique insights into the Bible's teaching about finding joy in the midst of a trial and despite circumstances. He also reminds us that God may heal us gradually or guide us through the hardship to make us stronger.
Randy Broberg is a lay pastor at Maranatha Chapel in San Diego, California. He is also a professor at the Maranatha Bible College and a leader of his church's men's ministry. Randy has practiced intellectual property law for 23 years and was a partner of several large law firms and served as a firmwide department chair.
Randy was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease in 1999 at the age of 38. During the first ten years after diagnosis, Randy continued practicing law and began teaching at his local church. He ended his law practice in 2010.
Randy continues to preach and teach at Maranatha, but he devotes his primary attention to life-coaching young men ages 22 to 40.