A Mother's Melody, God's Harmony: My Journey With Special-needs Children
'A Mother's Melody, God's Harmony takes us on a rollercoaster ride of challenges, tears, fears, and unanswered questions. Lana J. Payne candidly and graciously invites us to ride with her family on an odyssey of tremendous faith and trust in the One who controls the entire universe.'
'This heart-warming story will raise all kinds of emotions but most of all it will encourage you to believe in miracles. This is a story about miracles.'
Pastor Gary W. Sears
For almost the first ten years of her marriage, Lana Payne waited for a child. When God finally blessed Lana with two baby boys and Lana learned there was a third on the way, Lana was thrilled that she would finally have the family she had always imagined. But Lana soon learned that things with this new baby would not be easy, and after his arrival, her family would never be the same.
Join Lana as she discovers the happiness and challenges that await all mothers of special-needs children. Lana maintains her faith and joy as she puts her trust in God to create A Mother's Melody, God's Harmony.
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