Liza Zickefoose’s newly released “More Than a Syndrome” is a heart-stirring book about the immense gift of a special-needs child

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“More Than a Syndrome” from Christian Faith Publishing author Liza Zickefoose is a beautiful picture book that tells the divinely imagined tale of how the author’s special-needs daughter Bridgette was chosen by God in heaven to be born into a family on earth for a very special purpose—to humble people and teach them of God’s love.

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“More Than a Syndrome”: a powerfully moving tale of true love. “More Than a Syndrome” is the creation of published author Liza Zickefoose, a loving mother humbled by her daughter Bridgette, a child with Prader-Willi syndrome.

Zickefoose writes, “This is the story of my daughter Bridgette Nicole Johnston and her journey from heaven to earth, how she chose to leave heaven to be here with us, and why God decided to make her a special-needs child. I watch her play and laugh, and I often wonder how she could remain so happy. She is so limited. There are so many things that she can’t do, so many things that she won’t experience. Then I realized, she was never sent here for me to help her. She was always sent as a gift from God to help me.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Liza Zickefoose’s new book is a deeply moving story of love that sees beyond the present challenges to the true nature of things as seen through Christ’s eyes.

Zickefoose offers a wise and compassionate perspective on an otherwise difficult situation, showing families that often the greatest blessings are disguised behind the greatest challenges, and that a special child is indeed special in more ways than one.

View a synopsis of “More Than a Syndrome” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase“More Than a Syndrome” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “More Than a Syndrome”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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