Cindy Hipszer Shares a Story of Hope and Faith in 'That Was God'
The book shares the true story of Hipszers daughter who was given another chance at life after a near fatal crash that caused her to suffer a traumatic brain injury. Hipszer also shares how her family pulled together after such a crisis and how their love of God made an unthinkable situation easier.
Everyone needs hope, everyone needs God and this story gives it all. Whether you are in the midst of trauma, experienced it earlier, or are caring for those who are, this story will prove that you are not alone, Hipszer says. Also, there are many who experience traumatic brain injury and need to recognize that God controls the outcome; and it may not be what the professionals are expressing. So do not give up hope.
That Was God: A Moms Story about Hope in Traumatic Brain Injury aims to make readers realize that God is real and still performs miracles. Prayers, hope and determination are important and make a difference. To be surrounded by brothers and sisters of Christ is necessary for survival among worldly matters. The diagnosis of traumatic brain injury is a life sentence, but it is not your life, Hipszer adds.
That Was God: A Moms Story about Hope in Traumatic Brain Injury
By Cindy Hipszer
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781489717146
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781489717139
E-Book | 176 pages | ISBN 9781489717153
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cindy Hipszer and her husband, Tony, grew up in Pennsylvania and now live in the South. They have three grown children and three young grandchildren. Her favorite activity is worship, and she loves to read, travel and camp especially with her family.
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