My book, God Still Remembers Me (second edition), is finely available again after being republished. You can find it in paper back on Amazon.com. Here is the link:
More than five million Americans are currently living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Families who receive this diagnosis often feel angry at God and ask, “Why us” The patient has similar questions, certainly, but the patient also carries a tremendous fear: “What if I forget God? What if God forgets me?” God Still Remembers Me presents a fifty-two-week collection of daily devotionals written by a man who has suffered through Alzheimer’s for the past four years. Despite his seemingly disastrous diagnosis, Paul Hornback turned this unexpected event into a faith-building milestone. With the help of his friends, family, and his Lord, he has persevered. Using humor, hope, and unwavering faith, this series of devotions seeks to help both patients and caregivers deepen their faith even through an uncertain future. Hornback deals with the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and explores how patients can continue to live a lasting life of faith afterwards. God is truly always with His children, and His eternal encouragement is ever present.
Link to Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio program about authors experience with Early Onset Alzheimer’s disease and his devotional book, God Still Remembers Me. Interview starts at minute 63:30 of the 120 minute program.