Jacksonville native Patti Foster will be featured in a collection of firsthand stores of personal, modern-day miracles published by Destiny Image Publishers.
The collection also features real-life stories from 50 contributores from around the world, including the US, Canada, New Zealand and more.
“With the state of affairs our world is in right now, there is a growing hunger and craving for hope and inspiration,” Foster said. “This book will be a much-needed dose of Vitamin B-12…strength to ye heart!”
In the blink of an eye, Foster’s life changed. She suffered Traumatic Brain Injury and began the long journey of learning to live again.
Now she wants to give away what she has been given and help others.
Foster travels around the world sharing her story of inspiration and what the Lord has done in her life.
As she has often said, “This miracle that started on June 18, 2002 lives on to my Father’s glory!”
Your heart will be touched by herfervor to live.
For more information, visit www.pattifoster.com
About Patti Foster
Patti Foster in one word? Passionate.
Her life is a testament to the intense love she has for others. Her joy and laughter refresh those around her, and she welcomes opportunities to influence lives and Make A Difference Now!
As a college student majoring in music education, she traveled with a fine arts team to Australia, toured with the university choir to the British Isles and spent a week in the heart of Mexico with a mission group.
Performances with the Fort Worth Chamber Orchestra and the Sam Houston State University Orchestra further broadened her scope of music and expression.
In 1989 after she had graduated from college, she traveled abroad to Eastern Europe providing music for crusades and teaching conversational English through music.
Since 1990, her focus has been radio. She was the morning show host at WFRN, an inspirational Christian station broadcasting in Indiana/Michigan. Before that, she was the afternoon show host at KVNE/KGLY covering Texas/Louisiana.
On June 18, 2002, she was severely injured in a horrific traffic wreck. She suffered traumatic brain injury and was in a coma for six weeks. Her life hung in the balance...she has had to learn to live again.
And now, as her recovery process continues, her desire is still to inspire, encourage and motivate others.