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Justina Page


Justina Page’s life was changed forever in the early morning hours of March 7, 1999. That is when fire swept through her Houston home, killing her 22-month old twin son, Amos, severely injuring the other twin Benjamin, and leaving her with third degree burns over 55 percent of her body. With the support of her surviving family, her husband, James, and their 5 boys, church family, and with the power of faith and love, Justina has made a miraculous recovery.

From the ashes of this tragedy has risen a new hope. Justina has since dedicated herself to helping families affected by burn trauma. She is the founder and Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a nonprofit organization, established to provide post burn support to children and families affected by burn trauma. She is also the author of the upcoming book The Circle of Fire.

Being a burn survivor herself as well as the mother of burn survivors, she has experienced all the stages of trauma a burn patient faces and is uniquely qualified to deal with these problems. She has been trained as a SOAR (Survivors Offering Assistance and Recovery) trainer, coordinator, and peer supporter. This coupled with her work at the John S. Dunn Sr. Burn Center at Memorial Hermann Hospital, Shriner’s Hospital in Galveston, and the Phoenix Society, gives her a truly unique understanding of how to teach, help, and inspire others.

Justina Page’s book, The Circle of Fire, is the story of her family’s journey through the terrain of tragedy to wholeness and happiness. She is also a cast member of Trial By Fire: Lives Reforged, a Megan Harris documentary about burn survivors. Tragedy is not confined to the burn community and Justina has found that her message of moving from despair to hope resonates deeply with a wide audience.

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Posts by Justina Page:

  • Straight Paths

  • May 11th, 2014
    What Is A Path Every path leads somewhere. A series of steps to a desired destination. Point A to point B. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all of life’s ambitions were simple straight lines that lead to instant success? [...]

  • Who’s In Charge?

  • December 26th, 2013
    A Proud Mother I am the proud mother of six beautiful sons. My youngest son is Benjamin. We affectionately call our 6 foot, 3 inch, 290 pound baby, “Benji”. He survived our 1999 fatal house fire which claimed [...]

  • What Do You Depend On?

  • October 29th, 2013
    Out of The Clear Blue Sky Recently my smart phone just up and conked out. Out of the clear blue it would not turn on nor charge. I was in a state of disbelief. This couldn’t be happening to my HTC EVO 4G LTC. My whole [...]

  • Heart, Beauty and True Confidence: Sometimes You Have To Prove It

  • September 10th, 2013
    An Unexpected Opportunity I was on my high school cheerleading squad for four years: freshman, sophomore, and two varsity squads, during my junior and senior years.  Unlike others, my reasons for being a cheerleader [...]

  • Heart, Beauty And True Confidence: Sweet Acceptance

  • July 22nd, 2013
    A conversation with a friend. I remember a very interesting conversation I had with a close male friend of mine my freshman year in college. We were alone at our work-study job on campus having one of our intellectual [...]

  • Podcast: From Tragedy To Triumph, An Inspirational Story

  • June 3rd, 2013
    Listen Here: In the early morning hours of March 7, 1999, Justina Page’s life changed forever when a four-alarm house fire ravaged and destroyed her family’s home. In the aftermath, in addition to the heartbreaking [...]

  • Heart, Beauty And True Confidence: Forget Me Not

  • May 13th, 2013
    Tragedy strikes again. I was laying down (a rare privilege for me), watching the noon news trying to catch up on what is going on beyond my personal chaos. Breaking News flashes across the screen. ”Bombs go off at [...]

  • Heart, Beauty & True Confidence: When Confidence Takes a Wrong Turn

  • April 20th, 2013
    Confession of a Wal-Mart addict As much as I hate to admit it, I am a Wal-Mart addict. It’s a shopaholic’s dream world especially if your money is limited. It was our very first outing to shop after the fire. The [...]

  • Heart, Beauty And True Confidence: The Blame Game

  • March 5th, 2013
    Passing the buck. Sometimes we allow others to make us feel completely responsible for the problems in our businesses, friendships, or personal life affairs. The burden of guilt envelops us robbing us of the stamina [...]

  • Heart, Beauty And True Confidence: Success In 2013

  • February 28th, 2013
    Success In 2013. The pens are out and the fresh tablets are ready. We are chugging away at our plans determined to make 2013 the most successful year of them all. Visionary boards are going up. Brainstorming sessions [...]

  • Heart, Beauty And True Confidence: Beauty Of Imperfection

  • November 30th, 2012
    The beauty of imperfection Many people in our society today are over achievers. The burden of excellence somehow rests on our shoulders. We painstakingly strive for perfection in our homes, careers, and families. No [...]

  • Heart, Beauty, and True Confidence

  • November 17th, 2012
    A Songbird Sings Again Kechi was the sole survivor of a Nigerian plane crash. She had 3rd degree burns over much of her body including her face.  Her confidence had been robbed by the unfortunate tragedy she suffered. [...]

  • Ever Hear Of JR Martinez?

  • October 12th, 2012
    He was a star before Dancing With The Stars. We happened to sit at the same table during one of the lunch breaks. He stretched his hand out to me and introduced himself – “JR”. I smiled. I was used to being the [...]