I Choose Everything: Embracing Life in the Face of Terminal Illness

I Choose Everything: Embracing Life in the Face of Terminal Illness


By (author) Jozanne Moss, By (author) Michael Wenham


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  • Publisher: Monarch Books
  • Format: Paperback | 202 pages
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 194mm x 18mm | 381g
  • Publication date: 22 March 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 0857210122
  • ISBN 13: 9780857210128
  • Illustrations note: 1, colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 763,961

Product description

Jozanne Moss, in South Africa, and Michael Wenham in Britain, have only met by email. Both struggle daily with the condition known as Motor Neurone (or Lou Gehrig's) Disease, a progressive and ultimately fatal condition. Both are married to remarkable people who support and care for them. Through Jozanne's story they address the myth that God is only responsible for the good bits in life. Michael explains: "God has brought us together with the same illness and the same goal: to encourage and inspire others with the life God has purposed for us." Their story is wonderfully uplifting, made radiant by the faith of the two authors. Michael's own story is told in his book My Donkeybody.

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Author information

Jozanne Moss is the wife of Dave and mother of Luke and Nicole. They live near Cape Town. Michael Wenham is married to Jane, and they have four adult children. They live near Oxford. Michael Wenham trained as a teacher before hearing a call to full-time Christian ministry. For some years he was vicar of three village churches in the Vale of the White Horse, near Oxford. He suffers from Motor Neurone Disease and has now retired.

Review quote

"A story of two ordinary Christians in extraordinary circumstances. I am sure that you will be moved and inspired by their testimony. This book was written in order to encourage other people who are in the shadow of death and in the desert of loneliness. It says, 'You are not alone, whatever it feels like--because Christ has been there already, and he is there now.' Amen!"--Desmond Tutu (04/30/2011)