Back to the Father's Heart

Back to the Father's Heart

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Back to the Father's Heart: How Sickle Cell and Heartbreak Revealed my Father in Heaven. This story is about how one woman discovered the love of The Father through the most heart breaking seasons of her life. Being born with Sickle Cell Disease, Alexis M. Jarrett questioned God as to why she was born sick. But that's not all. As we follow Alexis through the pages of her story, we see how tragedy led to triumph in revealing God was for her and not against her. This book is for anyone who has experienced loneliness, brokenness, rejection, hurt, abuse or a chronic infirmity in their body and those desiring a closer relationship with our Heavenly Father.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 236g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507687494
  • 9781507687499

About Alexis M Jarrett

Alexis M. Jarrett is a young woman has a love and zeal for life that is contagious. Her personal brand is, "Love. Laugh. Lead." Alexis was born with Sickle Cell Disease and is an advocate for educating the public on sickle cell and donating blood. Her motto, "I have sickle cell, it does NOT have me!" She is a member of the Minority Board of the American Red Cross, and The Columbus Georgia Association of Sickle Cell. While in college she accepted the call on her life to minister The Gospel, and is currently serving as the Youth Pastor at New Birth Outreach Church in Midland, GA. She has a B.A. in Mass Communication from Columbus State University, and a Master's Certificate in Nonprofit Administration from Western Kentucky University. After college in 2013 she founded and is the current CEO of Grace Media LLC; a graphic design, branding, and public relations company for churches and nonprofits. If she is not ministering to our youth or advocating for sickle cell, Alexis is, "probably somewhere laughing!"show more