Letters To An Unknown Daughter DVD

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Letters To An Unknown Daughter DVD

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In the summer of 1974, 17-year old Anita Keagy discovered that she was pregnant by her boyfriend. Having grown up in a loving but strict Christian home, Anita feared the disgrace it would bring on her family and considered abortion. Instead, with much prayer and courage, she gave her child up for adoption. Years later, married and raising four children, Anita felt compelled to communicate with her unknown daughter. Through the adoption agency, Anita began a file of letters. Many painful years would pass before these letters would bring Anita and her daughter, Twila, together again. This experience set off a spiritual bomb in Anita’s life, leading her to a deep insight about God’s intense desire to know and be known by His children.

This is a programme for anyone who is suffering through painful circumstances and struggling to see God’s purposes in their lives.

This DVD also includes information on
• Crisis pregnancy centres and adoption services
• Anita’s book, The File, upon which this DVD is based
• Anita’s DVD study series, The Joy of Seeking God First.
40 minutes running time

Letters To An Unknown Daughter DVD was published by Vision Video in June 2012 and is our 24203rd best seller. The ISBN for Letters To An Unknown Daughter DVD is 727985014821.

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Details for Letters To An Unknown Daughter DVD

Running Time 40 mins
Region Region 0 (Region Free)
PublisherVision Video (June 2012)
Product Code4256093
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