Walking on the Water

Aimy Ellen

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After twelve years of marriage, Aimy Ellen finally became pregnant with the baby she had always wanted. Unfortunately, a year after Alex was born, her husband left and was never heard from again. But little did Aimy know that eighteen years later, she would become immersed in an enormous challenge that would test her inner-strength once again. In a compelling testimony, Aimy begins by sharing the story of her son’s maturation as he attended church and nurtured hopes and dreams like other boys. As Alex turned eighteen, entered college, and relied on bad advice from friends, Aimy turned to prayer for guidance. One evening when he didn’t return home, Aimy discloses the horrifying moment she learned he had been the victim of a violent assault. While revealing how she struggled to find her way to the hospital with assistance from a drunken man who seemingly emerged from nowhere to help her, she invites others to believe in miracles—and angels—as her son came to accept a new normal and she came to trust God’s power, guidance, and healing powers.

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