God's Grace Is Sufficient: My Personal Journey from Heartache to Hope
It was just another day in Anetta Parker's life, or so she thought. One fateful day triggered a nightmare of events no one could prepare her for. As the very ground she stood on seemed to crumble under her feet, she discovered that in the midst of any storm God's Grace was Sufficient. Anetta takes readers on a journey of despair and loss of hope after losing her dear mother, brother, sister-in-law, and job of over twenty years, all within ten months of each other, and provides them with the tools she used from the Word of God. Join Anetta as her painful struggles become her personal triumphs through her undying faith in the grace of God. 'God's Grace is Sufficient is a story of grace in the face of adversity...A remarkable woman who lost everything in the course of less than a year. In her account of finding her way through these losses, she demonstrates the power of faith over sorrow and the strength that comes from facing tragedy with courage and determination.' Helen Haskell Founder and President Mothers Against Medical Error
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