Mothers Never Die: What She Lost Didn't Compare to What She Found

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Thomas Nelson, Aug 4, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages

Mothers Never Die is the dramatic and inspiring story of Dr. Rose's spiritual pilgrimage. When a debilitating muscle disease ended her prestigious Harvard career and left her bedridden, she rocked back against her Jewish upbringing. She took God to task. And the surprising answer came as she discovered who it is that holds the world together: Jesus Christ. Adding intrigue and humor to her story is the running dialogue the author has with her mother. This is autobiography at its best.


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