Who said there is no Hope?First-time parents Joe and Tahni Cullen were thrust into the confusing world of autism when their toddler, Josiah, suddenly lost his ability to speak, play and socialize. In their attempts to see Josiah recover and regain speech, the Cullens underwent overwhelming struggles. But while other kids around him improved, Josiah only got worse.Five years later, Josiah, who had not been formally taught to read or write, suddenly began to type on his iPad about God, science, history, business, music, strangers and heaven. Josiah’s eye-opening visions, heavenly encounters and supernatural experiences forced his family out of their comfort zone into a mind-blowing encounter with Jesus. Today, Josiah is teaching us how to:Catch a fresh glimpse of heavenLearn to hear and trust God’s voiceIdentify the roles of Father, Son and SpiritBe aware of the workings of angels and more!The Good Gift Giver. (Book & 3-CD set) Josiah’s first independent sentence on his iPad was: God is a good gift giver. Those words have led to the 21-day devotional by the whole Cullen family. They share Josiah’s revelatory quotes, personal stories, Scripture for meditation and prompts for reflection. On the 3-CD set, Tahni Cullen shares more of Josiah’s adventures with God. You will be blessed!Tahni Cullen is a people-lover, blogger and conference speaker who brings a powerful message of hope and restoration. Tahni and her producer husband, Joe, have created an award-winning documentary called Surprised by Autism. They live with their son, Josiah, in Saint Paul, MN. Josiah is now eleven years old and writes poetry and thought-provoking quotes about God’s love.