What can we learn from Ariella's story?
You may ask yourself, “so what?”
In response to Ariella’s miracle, her parents Nora and Patrick felt compelled to share with the world what God has done. If you are reading this and are going through a difficult time, or have a child that is in need of a miracle, they understand a great deal of that pain and sorrow. Nora and Patrick have been moved to be available to others in those dreadful moments, to pray for you and your children.
The family’s desire first and foremost is to give God glory and honor sharing the saving power of our Savior Jesus. Further, they believe through our experience and in the days since, that God has given us a mandate to share that He still is performing miracles. God is telling us He is not done. “Don’t be afraid, only believe” (Mark 5:36, NIV)
Patrick says he and Nora have a strong calling to minister to families and children who are in need of God’s healing touch. They feel a burden to minister, pray and believe with you for the miraculous through God. They believe urgent, focused, faith-filled prayer and prophetic words engages the very heart of God and hope to share that faith with you.
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Read the book, written by Ariella’s father Patrick, and strengthen or restore your faith in God and in miracles.