Some of your loved ones may be passing through situations such as paralysis, blindness, deafness, lameness or may have been diagnosed with cancer, multiple sclerosis, autism or other special needs. This should help you stand in the place of strength, comfort and prayers for you and your loved one(s). You can make it and come through quite well, when taking care of your loved one with a disability or special need. It can be overwhelming - Yes, but you need not be overcome by the challenges. There is hope. You will see how to obtain positive progressive changes, in your own life and the life of your loved one(s) as you handle situations with prayer, hope and faith. Here is a lifeline you can use as a stronghold of strength in times of need. Kunle Olusegun-Emmanuel has written a book to help those caring for loved ones with special needs to "stand in the place of strength." The author draws scripture from both the Old and New Testaments in support of the message of encouragement for not only dealing with these challenges in godly fashion, but also increasing faith through them. Foluso Adekunle Olusegun-Emmanuel, an accountant, lectured in the university for some years before joining Ernst & Young for professional training. A certified information systems audit and controls professional, Kunle assists in establishing corporate and professional governance at the highest levels. The author is passionate about establishing God's kingdom on earth and preparation for the hereafter. On February 11, 2013, God said to Kunle 'I am sending you as a covenant instrument, an agent of liberation, to liberate all mankind from all the oppressions of the enemy." Kunle is Senior pastor at God's Solution Sanctuary. He is happily married and blessed with children.