A Random Exchange
Enter into a world of unimaginable wealth and status. Sarah Bretherick is one of the world's wealthiest and most influential people. Her aging life is rocked into realization that she has been caught in a lie of deception after she learns a painful truth. Suddenly, money and power no longer matter when Sarah finds herself in the helpless situation of a dying son and husband as a revealed truth changes her life forever: her son isn't who she thinks he is. Discover Dale Ingersoll's fantastic story of how the love of God and family can overcome any obstacle regardless of social status and position. This gripping and invigorating story is sure to capture what it might be like to have everything and yet be desperately incomplete. What will Sarah do in order to find the truth? Find out in A Random Exchange. Dr. Dale Ingersoll grew up a country boy in the rolling hills in Upstate New York. Prior to entering the ministry, he was an executive in the aerospace industry with Fairchild Aircraft. He has served as senior pastor of Westside Baptist Church in Fort Pierce since 1988. Dale and his wife, Paula, reside in close proximity to their two sons and their families. Dale can often be seen walking about town with their dog, Penny.
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