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The song came first ... then the idea for a book. One of America's most loved and charismatic country music artists, Neal McCoy, offers a glimpse into the lives of some very brave men, women, and children. Each chapter illuminates the character of those Neal refers to as 'his heroes' who climb life's toughest mountains; through serious physical handicaps, relentless pain, the loss of someone dear, the end of a dream, or leadership under pressure. When Neal recorded A New Mountain to Climb, he thought of these people who inspired him and changed his life. Brimming with down-home humor and transparent insight, A New Mountain will compel others to find their own heroes, then make a difference. It is Neal McCoy's contagious optimism and unwavering belief that we, as a people, are at our finest when we have a New Mountain to Climb.
She had "A Mountain To Climb" and she reached the summit. This is her story in her own words of that climb and a tribute to her undaunted spirit. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Born in Kingston Jamaica in 1953, Audrey Smalling came to England at the age of five and a half. She grew into a competitive athlete, a keen dancer and acrobat, being earmarked as potential for the Royal Ballet School of Dancing. In January 1973, just after her 19th birthday, she was in a serious car crash which left her paralysed from a C5/6 spinal cord injury to her neck. When she was finally discharged from the Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry and over the following years, she regained her feisty personality and became an advocate for disability and people who needed help. Her fight continued over many years to provoke action from authority for those affected by disabilities. This was pursued under extremely difficult and challenging conditions.
'A Mountain To Climb' is the true-life story of a family who lost everything during the financial downturn of 2008. The Allison Family found that their love and care for each other would prove to be invaluable as they worked together to keep from being homeless and maintain normalcy for the young Allison Children.The family hopes for a miracle to give them back the things that were lost. They come to realize that they have a mountain to climb and that God does not intend to remove it but provide the Grace to climb.
In 1939, just days after the outbreak of the Second World War, Nora Watson and John Mountain met. Within days of John's departure to fight in the North Africa Campaign they were married.This book follows their individual stories of their lives from birth to being re-united at the end of hostilities.This story covers both their early lives growing up in Wakefield, West Yorkshire in the early part of the 20th century and gives in insight into how World War II impacted on the lives of those who lived through it. All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to Wakefield Hospice. For more information please visit www.amountaintoclimb.co.uk
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