Restored in the Body: One Family's Struggle with Autism and Faith

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Tate Publishing, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
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In her educational and inspirational true story, Restored in the Body Monique Tunesia Berrian gives the account of her family's struggles living with a child with autism. Though she and her husband, Ronald, were deacons and leaders in their church, Little Ron's special needs became an immovable barrier in their service to their friends, family, and church family.
Turning to God's Word to discern what they should do to help Little Ron and still be active in their Christian ministry, Restored in the Body depicts a family who loves God and serves him willingly in the face of trial. Witness what the power of God can do in your family in Restored in the Body.
 

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Contents

Introduction
13
The Year That Changed My Life
17
Life after Saying I Do
33
The New Addition to Our Family
45
Finally a Diagnosis
51
School Is Now in Session
57
Life in Ministry
61
The Turning Point
71
Specialists to Diagnose Autism
93
Behavioral Therapy That Worked for Little Ronald
95
Techniques We Use to Help Calm Little Ronald
97
Services Ronald Gets at Home
99
Information We Received That Helped Us along the Way
101
What Kind of People Can Be of Help for Children with Autism?
103
Scriptures to Strengthen You during Difficult Times
105
Our New Beginning
113

The Church as the Spiritual Hospital
87
Early Signs of Autism
91
Bibliography
117
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