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What would you do if your doctor told you that your child had a terminal illness and there was nothing anyone could do for her? What if nearly everyone you turned to for hope and encouragement told you to be realistic and prepare for the worst? That's the way things were for Jacqueline A. Ventura. She was told that the life of her daughter Chantal would be short and full of pain. It was doubtful whether she would even live long enough to see her fifth birthday. This is the riveting story of Jackie's battle against disease--and the demonic forces that sought to take her daughter's life. It is a story of long nights spent crying in the darkness, hanging on to the promises of God against all odds. Jackie says: "I have never written anything before; yet I felt compelled by God to share Chantal's story, straight from my heart." You'll be glad she did Dr. Jacqueline A. Ventura is many things. A dedicated Christian. A devoted mom to five children. A young, attractive grandmother with a PhD in Christian Counseling. A hard-working self-employed woman. But most of all, she's a fighter. Jackie has waged a life-long war against doubt and unbelief. She has battled demons -- literally. And most of all, she has fought for the life of her daughter Chantal, who was born with Sickle Cell Anemia and was given little hope of surviving beyond the age of five. In this heartfelt, engaging book, Jackie writes for all the Chantals who are fighting for their lives against impossible odds.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781662803444
ISBN-10: 1662803443
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication Date: May 10th, 2021
Pages: 84
Language: English

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