This is an inspirational story about Dr. Frankie J. Monroe-Moore's journey from poverty, homelessness, marriage, divorce, and motherhood to walking across the stage, with the use of a walker to receive her Doctorate in Educational Leadership on May 16, 2009. Four months earlier, on January 5, 2009 she entered the hospital clinically dead. She had no pulse or heartbeat and her kidneys had completely shut down. According to her body temperature she had been dead for two hours. The only way the doctors knew she was still alive was she started talking. She needed six pints of blood, but the doctors could not find out where her blood had gone. She was not bleeding internally or externally. A mysterious mutated blood cell was also discovered in her blood stream. She shares an enthralling account of heavenly and demonic forces that were present during her 25 day stay in the hospital, 17 of which were in two intensive care units. It is a testimony of triumph of the human spirit and the power of God. This story provides a riveting display of power and surrender to God. Through all she had gone through in life and was still here showed why she had so much enduring faith.
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About the Author
Dr. Frankie J. Monroe-Moore graduated from Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership, MS in Educational Administration, and BS from Indiana University, North West in Business Management/Administration. She's married with four children and fifteen grandchildren.