The Tennessee Star | Nashville’s ‘Caregivers with Hope’ Radio Show Now Syndicated on Truth Network

A Nashville radio show on caregiving will be syndicated starting Sunday.

Peter Rosenberger’s “Caregivers with Hope” will become the first syndicated radio show for America’s 65 million family caregivers, according to a news release. Rosenberger has hosted the show for more than four years on NewsRadio 1510 (iHeartMedia).

Rosenberger speaks from personal experience as a caregiver. As a result of a car accident decades ago, his wife, Gracie, has had 78 operations and multiple amputations. The family has also had to deal with more than $10 million in medical bills.

The show, which blends advice and humor to inspire people facing unique life challenges, will be syndicated via the Truth Network, a group of Christian radio stations, and presented by Medi-Share, a health care sharing ministry that offers an alternative to insurance.

“Caregivers with Hope” will be carried live every Sunday at 3 p.m. Central Time on the network. It will air across 13 markets, including Charlotte, Salt Lake City, Des Moines and Richmond. In addition, more than 240 stations will air Rosenberger’s “Today’s Caregiver Minute” featuring daily tips Monday through Friday.

“Peter uses his expertise to address the needs of caregivers as no one else can, with the tact of someone who has experienced the isolation and loneliness as a caregiver himself,” said Stu Epperson, CEO of the Truth Network. “Coming out on the other side with knowledge and grace to share with others, Peter’s show will unquestionably continue to inspire people across the country with its syndication.”

Previous guests on the show include comedian and actor Jeff Foxworthy, Access Hollywood reporter Liz Hernandez and the Oak Ridge Boys’ Joe Bonsall. Kim Campbell, wife of the late Glen Campbell, has also appeared on the show. The country music legend died last month after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

The show’s topics include medical problems, home modification tips, emotional and faith-related concerns, government-related issues, and family and workplace dynamics.

Rosenberger is the author of Hope for the Caregiver and 7 Caregiver Landmines and How You Can Avoid Them. A pianist, he has released a CD called “Songs for the Caregiver” featuring Gracie, who is a singer.

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