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5 Stars Out Of 5
November 30, 2011
I purchased this book after seeing Karen Cunningham on Sid Roth's It's Supernatural. I enthralled with her experience and could relate on some level. It is an easy read and hard to put down. It was healing, encouraging and inspiring for me to read about this family's journey to wholeness. I cried A LOT and laughed a lot too. So worth the time and money to get and read this book!
Hope for Healing for Victims of Autism Defying Autism is the story of the journey of the Cunningham family. It is an account of the day to day struggles and heartache of caring for their son James in his fight against the disease of autism. James was formally diagnosed classically autistic after months of frustration throughout a downward curve in his learning skills. The diagnosis devastated his parents Tom and Karen Cunningham. In her narrative Karen compares their story to a season of life. The story chronicles the early days of their marriage, the joy seeing baby James develop, and the events leading up to the diagnosis. Each chapter details another season in the development in the life of their son James and through the subsequent struggles they faced as parents and caregivers.Chapter titles include: The Santa Ana Winds, Tornado Watch, Possible Flooding, and Tsunami. Karen kept looking for a rainbow of hope. She talks about navigating through the fog, working through state agencies, CPS caseworkers, and the discovery of the Gospel Revelation Ministry. Karen subtitled the book A Miraculous Story of Hope. Although few deny the ability of God to heal with miraculous power, many will struggle with the concept of healing as a result of the doctrines of demons and exorcism. Defying Autism testifies of James being miraculously freed from the disease and bondage of autism.The flow of the narrative is gripping. I appreciated Karens transparency in revealing her emotions, fears, doubts, and her vulnerability which allows the reader to empathize and identify with her personal anguish.Defying Autism: A Miraculous Story of Hope is written to help and encourage others struggling, hoping, and believing for a miraculous healing.As Reviewed for Midwest Book Review
A gripping book from beginning to end. I was struck by the author's raw honesty in relating both heartbreak and supernatural healing. My faith was lifted up from reading her account. I highly recommend it for anyone asking if God still performs miracles.
I had the opportunity to read a "pre-release" copy of this book and could not put it down. I believe that this book not only speaks to God's healing powers for Autism but for many other disorders and diseases as well. If you or someone you know needs renewed hope and rejuvenated faith in God's Mercy and Jesus' unquenchable desire to touch and heal TODAY, invest in this book!