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The Bittersweet Promise

The Bittersweet Promise
by Dawn Layne

A normal Sunday in the Layne family ended in one's worst nightmare. Dawn's two daughters headed off to be a part of Billy Graham's Youth service, and on their way home that day, they were intentionally hit by a semi-truck, which sent them head on into a van across the interstate. One daughter, Laura was left fighting for her life; the oldest daughter Alicia died at the scene that day.

In the pages of The Bitter Sweet Promise, author Dawn Layne is determined to allow her painful tragedy become a tool to help others. See how her faith in Christ carried her through the darkest moments, as well as gave her the strength to live beyond the brokenness. As Billy Graham carried the story worldwide, it prompted many to make a commitment to Christ. Alicia's testimony is still known today and is still reaching the hearts of people.

Dawn shares from her heart how she never gave up hope, how she walked in forgiveness, and how she truly learned to live again, beyond her grief.

156 pages - $12.99 (paperback)

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