Born with Arthrogryposis, a rare non-degenerative condition, he has persisted through numerous surgeries, disfigurement and pain. But that didn’t keep Ward from living, and, in my opinion, made him the “character” he is today. Ward has given many presentations and speeches over the years to all age groups around the country and Canada. His sense of humor, along with his faith, made these speeches unforgettable to his audiences. He offers a message of hope and possibilities of a better life which isn’t left behind in an auditorium, but carried with the listener, enabling them to see beyond their own limitations and reach higher to be the best they can be.
Ward is the author of “Thank My Lucky Scars,” which not only tells the story of his life and it’s literal ups and downs, but how he has overcome and embraced his disabilities and used them in a unique way to encourage others.
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We are not given a good life or bad life, we are given life and it is up to us to make it good or bad.