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30 Days of Hope for Joy Through a Child’s Severe Illness offers hope to people who love a child battling a lifelong illness. Filled with encouraging stories and Scripture passages, parents, family members and friends will find inner strength to persevere and to begin to look for God’s divine purposes in their interactions with others. That is exactly what Ella’s family had—and has—to do. When Ella was born with a painful and severe skin disease known as epidermolysis bullosa (EB), her family struggled to understand and accept the unexpected twist in their lives. Slowly, author and  grandmother Gale began to see God revealing that there is hope and joy, and His divine purposes can radiate if you allow Him to shine. Let her heart-touching moments with Ella inspire you to look for God’s divine purposes in your own child’s life and in their interactions with others. 

Product Information

Retail: $9.99
Digital: $3.99
EAN: 9781596694750
ISBN: 1596694750
Item #: N164115
Category: Devotional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 5.5 X 8.5 Inches
Page Count: 144
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: July 2016

Key Features
  • Tone is warm, encouraging, and understanding.
  • Author uses specific interactions to illustrate God’s purposes.
  • Inspiring content focuses emphatically on the sovereignty of Christ.
  • Content will relate to both parents as well as the family support network.
  • Content offers Scripture that guides readers to identify God’s divine purposes.

About the Author

Gale Alexander, a loving and supportive grandmother, is currently involved with the EB Impact committee for Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association (debRA) of America, a national research and services organization dedicated to finding a cure for EB. A retired, award-winning teacher and respected business consultant, she is devoted to sharing through stories the beauty of God’s divine goodness as displayed through her granddaughter, Ella, who was born with EB, an incurable skin disease, as well as stories of other children with life-altering conditions. She and husband, Ron, reside in Casper, Wyoming. They have two children and four grandchildren.

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