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Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
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With more than three million copies in print in over forty languages in the twenty years since its first publication, this award-winning story of Joni Eareckson Tada, a young woman who triumphed over devastating odds, continues to touch lives.

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User Review  - Johnny Payne -

This is a very good biography of a woman who faced struggles that many of us will not face. I have bought many of these books to give to those that I felt needed it most to inlcude those who are going ... Read full review

User Review  - D Schroeder -

This book is amazing. Joni reveals in detail what it felt like to have her physical abilities stripped away, and how God used it to transform her life for Him. I have already given away several copies ... Read full review


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About the author (1978)

In 1967, Joni Eareckson Tada was paralyzed from the neck down in a diving accident. She has gone on to paint, write several books and a monthly column for Moody Monthly magazine, record musical albums, and have a daily radio show. She is the founder and president of JAF Ministries, which works with disabled people and their families, and held a presidential appointment to the National Council on Disability. She has earned titles such as "Churchwoman of the Year" (the Religious Heritage Foundation) and "Layperson of the Year" (the National Association of Evangelicals). Her autobiography, Joni, was adapted as a movie.

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