Imagine it is a normal, routine day for you. But imagine that day turns out to be the worst nightmare of your life: your precious child’s life is suddenly taken. 

How can a parent bare his or her own child’s death? How can you even go on any more from the intense grief?

Join International Speaker/Host Beth Jones with her special guest Vickie Oakley for this powerful episode as Vickie shares about the day her 17 year old daughter was involved in a 2-car accident, with both cars filled with teens. 

“All of the kids in those cars went home, except my daughter. That night she went to the funeral home,” Vickie says.

Yet through her relationship with Christ, Vickie found hope and faith. Ironically, her daughter’s name was Hope.

Vickie will be sharing how God has turned her life around through her daughter’s death for God’s glory.

We’d love for you to join us in the chat room on Saturday, March 22, 2014, @ 10 a.m. Central Time (11 a.m. Eastern Time) by clicking here.

You can also call into the show.

The call-in details are below:

Talkshoe Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 98698

Vickie has been married to her husband for 19 years, and is the mother of 2 children, 1 surviving, 1 deceased. She is the Director of Human Resources for a 120-person engineering firm.

Vickie has a Doctorate in Ministry in Christian Counseling, a Masters in Human Resource Development, a B.S. in Psychology and Sociology, and is a Certified Life Coach by the International Christian Coach’s Association. She has taught Sunday School for 25 years and loves to teach the Bible. Vickie has been involved in Women’s Ministry for 10 years. Her favorite books in the Bible are Isaiah and John. She currently attends CrossWay Ministries Church in Andalusia, AL.

She is an avid photographer and motorcyclist, riding hers and her husband’s Harley Davidson motorcycle. She loves to read God’s word, write, and speak. She has 2 fur babies, Blue, an American bulldog, and Harley, a Daschund.

We’d love for you to join us for this show, and be sure to invite a friend!

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