Pressing On: Embracing Peace Through It All

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
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The four hours I waited for the test results felt like the longest day of my life. Finally Dr. Taylor came into my room. I had dozed off, but I heard the door open. He leaned against the door and just looked at me for a couple of minutes.
Then he sat on a little stool, pulled up to the side of my bed, and held my hand. He looked sad and uncomfortable. I asked, 'What's the matter?'
Dr. Taylor answered, 'I don't have good news for you, Ms. Harris. You're a terribly sick lady.'
I said, 'Okay, what are the results of my blood test?' I was acting like I was all right, but inside, my whole body was shaking.
After Darlene McDowell-Harris was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, she was in complete shock. While enduring the excruciating pain that came with the daunting disease, Darlene was scared for her life. Her blood was full of cancer. Many thought that was a death sentence—but not Darlene. She had faith that God would heal her. Darlene was believing for a miracle. She kept Pressing On in her faith, and a miracle she received.
In Pressing On: Embracing Peace Through It All, Darlene McDowell-Harris takes you through the struggles of her life, giving you a front-row seat to the fight for her life a fight that she won.
Follow along at each stage of Darlene's journey:
the frustration of doctors telling her she had a simple cold,
the heart-wrenching process of telling her loved ones she had a deadly disease,
the courage through the difficult treatments,
and the indescribable joy of receiving a miracle.
Inspiring beyond measure, Darlene delivers her story in Pressing On with her usual tenacious charisma—a story full of energy, guidance, and strength.

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