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He Beat the Odds & Doc's Diagnosis - Finding a Cure Instead

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Trish Robichaud

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“It was a Friday evening when my doctor told me that I had 6 months left to live. He told me, ‘You have a death sentence with no hope’. I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis, an untreatable and incurable lung disease & given 6 months to 2 years to live in 2004”  ~ Jerry

 

Jerry Smith’s grandmother died giving birth, his mom was born deaf & mute and abandoned. Later in life, his mom was raped, he was born and abandoned. Jerry grew up in foster care, worked his way through college and married.  His wife was murdered, grandson killed at 15 and he attempted suicide. But he says he’s found happiness and success by the age of 50.

 

Please join us and hear Jerry share his story of pain, isolation and later terminal illness that he transformed into wellness and then forgiveness through the writing of his book “Does God Give Us More Than We Can Bear?".

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