Modern day technology and new advancements in science haven’t only benefited the average person, as well as the professional work place, but I believe this testimony will also bring to light the opening of prison doors for hundreds of thousands severely handicapped children and adults, as well as myself, who through the invention of electronic devices have found a new way of self expression which wasn't otherwise possible. Several years ago, I was viewing a telecast of computer science. They showed a nine year old child with Cerebral Palsy who had never been able to talk. For the very first time she was able to punch out on the computer keyboard, "Mommy, I love you".
Because of my parents being missionaries, I've had the privilege of learning to know and love peoples of other cultures who will by His Grace also love His appearing. This testimony is lovingly dedicated to them. It's my prayer this little piece of history will truly be His Story.
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About the Book
This is a day-by-day account of life through the eyes of a missionary kid (MK) with cerebral palsy, her challenges and experiences.
About the Author
Discover firsthand from Kay, the cerebral palsy daughter of missionary parents who began their missionary life in the Russian and Eastern European Mission, then became members of the original staff at the Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC).