An Autobiography and a Challenge
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Quotes from Speaking for the Child:
“We all live on the same planet but we don‘t all live in the same world.”
If you love to read a great book, this autobiography will inspire you.
Rhonda Johnson’s world starts out normal enough. Well, almost. In the first
grade she is placed in a class for the smart kids. Everything goes downhill
from there. As the world of hearing and vision slowly fades, she struggles in a
world that refuses to acknowledge her disabilities, but interprets them as a
lack of common sense and attentiveness. Her spiritual world is usurped by the
Word of Faith movement, which teaches her that prayer and faith will make God
heal her and then blames her when He does not. She must ignore what others
think is common sense and look inside her Self to remain sane in this insane
world. Wonder how she did it? Get your copy now. Click Here.