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The Day I Died: Finding Hope in Suffering Paperback – June 30, 2011
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Melanie Pritchard is the Executive Director of the Foundation for Life and Love and owner of Refuge Clothing Co. She speaks nationwide to thousands on the topics of faith, modesty, chastity, pro-life issues, and marriage. Since experiencing an amniotic fluid embolism in July 2010, Melanie is now the Director of Communications for the AFE Foundation. Visit Melanie’s blog at www.melaniepritchard.org.
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I thought this book would be depressing but I was very wrong; the subtitle is so true - finding hope in suffering. Melanie tells her story through those that surrounded her during her death and recovery since she has a limited memory of the events. Each person had a different perspective to contribute to the story from her husband to extended family and her friends. Each was there for her in some way during her trials - whether it be caring for her newborn, her toddler or praying for her.
The Day I Died is a small book with a powerful message - God has a plan for each of us and miracles do happen in the 21st century. I was also inspired by the love of her family - her husband, parents and siblings were there for her every step of the way from her death to her recovery; they are a shining example of true love.
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