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Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child
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BORIS VUJICIC is chief systems and financial officer for Attitude Is Altitude Inc., the organization established by his son Nick. Born in Yugoslavia, Boris immigrated with his family to Australia. He and his wife, Dushka, have started two churches and helped in the missions and ministry of several more churches in other countries. Boris and his family reside in Los Angeles.

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"Everyone knows that Nick Vujicic is a remarkable man of great courage, passion, and grace. But most people do not know the person who invested the most in shaping Nick's character. In this wonderful book, you will discover a father's loving heart for the son he did not quite expect--and you will learn that there is much more to successfully raising a child with a disability than you'd ever imagine. I highly recommend Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child to anyone who has questions about bringing up a special-needs son or daughter. Actually, its powerful and very personal message will bless any parents who long to show the unbiased love of Christ within their family. Read it and be blessed!"
--Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center

"This book is a profoundly moving, triumphant testimony to what it means to be an extraordinary parent. Embracing who your child is, coupled with unconditional love, high expectations, and faith all open the door to unlimited possibilities. Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child is a deeply inspirational, heart-wrenching, and heartwarming journey that shines a bright light on exemplary parenting."
--Robin Berman, MD, author of Permission to Parent: How to Raise Your Child with Love and Limits "This book is not for the faint of heart. It deals honestly with Nick's physical disabilities and the difficulties his parents faced, but it is written from a distinctively Christian perspective....If you know someone who has a child with disabilities, this book is not only well worth the read; it's a must-read."
--The Baptist Standard

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