Fighting for David

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Tyndale House Pub, Mar 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 193 pages
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After a terrible motorcycle accident, doctors told Leone Nunley that her son David was in a "persistent coma and vegetative state"--the same diagnosis faced by Terri Schiavo's family. Fighting for David is the story of Leone's courageous battle for David's life and his family's fight to help him overcome many of his disabilities. (Remarkably, David can now speak, walk with the aid of a walker, and with the help of a caregiver, live in his own home.) After witnessing this amazing--if less-than-perfect--outcome, Leone is uniquely qualified to help readers understand why even "imperfect" life has value and why faith and persistence can be more powerful than a doctor's diagnosis.

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Contents

Planning for the Future
155
Very Much Alive
171
Ode to a Brother
181
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Dean Merrill, former publishing executive with Focus on the Family and International Bible Society, is author or coauthor of 31 books, including The God Who Won't Let Go and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Church. He and his wife live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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