Between Heaven and Healing: Accepting God's Will for Danielle - a Mother's Journey

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Inspiring Voices, 2012 - Religion - 170 pages
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As soon as two doctors asked Melanie Boulis if she would like to sit down, she knew something was wrong. Still, she remained standing. But when the doctors showed Melanie the slides from her twelve-year-old daughter Danielle's MRI, she immediately lowered herself into a chair, numb from shock and disbelief. In an instant, Melanie's world changed forever. Danielle had brain cancer.
After Danielle was diagnosed with a large tumor on her brain stem, Melanie reveals how she and her husband, Kevin, began a journey through countless tests, surgeries, and treatments and where nothing mattered but getting their little girl better. As Danielle bravely faced the darkness of brain cancer, Melanie and Kevin felt helpless, unable to do anything else but pray, read Scriptures, sing, and offer words of comfort. As the news gradually transformed from bad to worse, Melanie shares how she and Kevin gained strength through their faith and learned to trust God's plan, even after He chose heaven for Danielle.
Between Heaven and Healing shares the inspirational story of a young girl's journey through terminal cancer and her parents' eventual realization that faith is not knowing why, but still believing in His goodness and eternal life where all will be made right, where cancer is nonexistent, and where there will be no more tears.

 

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About the author (2012)

Melanie Boulis is a librarian and a pastor's wife. She lives in Ohio with her husband, Kevin, her son, Levi, and her daughter's dog, Gizmo.

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