A Miracle Named David: Beating the Odds

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AuthorHouse, Aug 2, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
Giving birth to a child is one of the greatest gifts a family can have, "the gift of life." A Miracle Named David is a book filled with tears and laughter, as this compassionate grandmother shares her heart and testimony concerning her special grandchildren. She shares the births, health problems and triumphs. This book celebrates the way her faith helped her to deal with the health challenges that beset the newborns. She informs the readers of the ins and outs of neonatal intensive care, better known as NICU. A Miracle Named David is a heart-warming true story of the unanticipated journey during the mother's pregnancy and premature delivery of her newborn. During the pregnancy she was given the odds that her baby had a one percent chance of survival and everything looked hopeless in the beginning, but the story did not end there. Dorothy also shares how NICU would be revisited in the next few years by three other grandbabies. Anyone reading this book will release doubt and know that miracles really do happen. The experience gives us a fresh awareness of Gods presence and his healing power. It was through unity in prayer by family, friends and strangers that changed the circumstances in the lives of all four newborns. Miracles do happen and this book is truly the story of "A Miracle Named David".

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About the author (2011)

Dorothy is a bible teacher, intercessor, author, speaker, mother, grandmother, works full time in the corporate world and ministers in the marketplace. She has published three faith-based inspirational books that relate to day-to-day life challenges. In 2001, she founded the Run to the Water Ministries, which was formerly based in Southern California, but moved to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area in 2006. The ministry reaches out to the lost and helps hurting people. She teaches the power of prayer and sound biblical principles which has transformed the lives of many laymen and leaders. Dorothy resides in Irving, Texas and is a loving mother and grandmother who loves to spend time with her family, all while putting God first.

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