|About the Book|
Strokes are the #3 killer of Americans with millions of victims, caregivers, family and friends caught in its crippling wake. David McKenna and his sister, Patricia Seraydarian offer hope for those in need as they interact in a family odysseyMoreStrokes are the #3 killer of Americans with millions of victims, caregivers, family and friends caught in its crippling wake. David McKenna and his sister, Patricia Seraydarian offer hope for those in need as they interact in a family odyssey beginning with the initial shock of Pats major stroke, continuing through the months and years to a new reality, and opening to a wider world of influence in the church and the community. Pat shows that persons who suffer strokes need not be victims. With faith in Christ bolstered by unconditional love from primary caregivers, family and friends, Pat is proof that persons who suffer strokes can rise about their handicap, be fully alive, and give radiant witness to the grace of God. My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness. 2 Corinthians 12: 9David Loren McKenna retired in 1994 after serving 33 years in the presidencies of Spring Arbor University, Seattle Pacific University, and Asbury Theological Seminary. He continues to write, speak and consult on leadership in educational and religious institutions. He and his wife, Janet, reside in Kirkland, Washington.Patricia McKenna Seraydarian retired from her high school and university teaching career in 1987 and moved to Sun City in Las Vegas with her husband Jim in 1992. She has authored 23 books in her field and related areas, including three in the Christian market. Even though 12 years have passed since the attack, she continues to recover all to the glory of God. You will cry, laugh, and share her joy through the pages of this book.