Ashleigh Gods Miracle Baby

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Ramona Antillon

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A true story of a premature miracle birth of a baby and her healed life growing up.



Short Summary

My name is Ramona Antillon, I’m a Christian woman and a mother of four whom at 23 weeks along in my pregnancy had to believe that everything that happens in life is meant for a reason. When doctors only gave my unborn baby 20% chance at life, the only thing I could do was place my trust in God! Som



Based on a True Story


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Main Character Details

Name: Ashleigh Antillon

Age: 23 weeks/ 8 years old

Gender: Female

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Aspiring

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About The Author

I'm a Christian woman who lives in North Texas with my husband of thirteen years and four children. I accepted Jesus Christ in my heart and as my personal savior when I was nineteen years old. He has since been showing me his wonderful love, mercy, and grace. He is forever faithful. I was blessed to have experienced this wonderful miracle birth of our daughter Ashleigh. It has made me stronger in my faith, knowing that God can do all things! I lived through this difficult time and witnessed the hand of God every step of the way. Although there were times I felt scared, he was there holding me and never let me go! When doctors gave me the bad report of how Ashleigh only had a 20 percent chance to live, I placed her in God's hands. Ashleigh is now here with us today, living a normal, happy life. I believe that there is nothing too hard for God. He can do all things!

Target Audiences

Age: 55+

Target Gender: Universal

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: Author House

Year Published: 2011

Hard Copy Available