The Last Dance but Not the Last Song

At age 29, Renee’s future was incredibly bright. She was engaged and had a beautiful singing voice, a thriving career as a music teacher, and a loving family. But then one night a bizarre accident left her a quadriplegic. Renee lost not only all use of her arms and legs but also her singing voice–she could barely speak above a whisper.

Through even this, Renee remained courageously hopeful and held tight to her faith. Her unbroken spirit and amazing physical progress proved to baffle the medical field and surprise those around her.

Here is the amazing story of how, in the face of tragedy, Renee learned to live daily beyond her fears and came to rediscover God’s presence and peace.

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