When Terri Arnett's son left for church camp, she had no idea a horrific bus crash would soon change her life. This amazing story of survival recounts the family's ordeal and eventual triumph. 166 pages, paperback.
On June 24, 2002, a chartered bus contracted by Metro Church from Garland, Texas, was headed to Louisiana State University for church camp. At precisely 9:10 a.m. outside of Terrell, Texas, it veered off the highway crashing into a concrete bridge support pillar, ripping the bus in two and killing the driver and four teenagers. Terri De Shazo-Arnett's son, Jeremy, was a passenger. Thrown outside of the bus Jeremy's twisted and broken body lay motionless while emergency crews gave attention to others, believing he was dead. This is a story of a mother's profound love, her faith tested again and again, and of God's triumphant power shining through in the most desperate of times. In honest, vulnerable terms Terri relives the days when she and her family struggled to overcome each negative prognosis for Jeremy's recovery, and instead stood steadfastly on God's Word for his complete restoration. Live this touching account of a mother who had to remind herself and others often: You May Have a Ph.D., ?but? I Know G-O-D The title is part of a radiant testimony demonstrating how God can take the pieces of our lives, torn apart by tragedy, and knit them together into new lives of victory, joy, and complete wholeness. This book will stay with you long after you close the last page and capture and inspire you to believe for your own miracles
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