Tera Bradham was born to prove people wrong. The fastest swimmer her age in the United States by age ten, many believed ''Tera the Terror'' was destined for the Olympics.
Her fiercely competitive spirit and unmatched intensity knew no limits until Tera suffered a sudden, devastating shoulder injury that derailed her promising career. Although she trusted in God, she also wrestled with doubts of his goodness throughout subsequent years of misdiagnoses, chronic pain, and crippling disappointment. Her injury finally forced her to fully surrender to God.
Then her miracle came, or so she thought. Her shoulder was successfully reconstructed, and after two more years of grueling recovery, Tera found the courage to swim again and pursue her dreams with renewed faith.
Swimming for Freedom tells the story of Tera's unconventional comeback and shows that through God, all things are possible. What started as an Olympic dream ended in her true miracle: the freedom of a life in Christ. Tera's story will inspire you to rise up, dream again, and fight for his calling on your life.
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Tera Bradham began her journey as a swimmer, where God used the sport and an undiagnosed injury to solidify her identity in Him. Her story of overcoming pain and depression through a miraculous God has inspired thousands. Tera's heart cry is to help those in physical pain live in miraculous victory over adversity. In addition, she is consumed with a desire to propel our generation to chase God-sized dreams. Her journey has led her to speak at events across the world as an inspirational speaker with a message of empowerment and purpose. She writes, coaches, and teaches from her home in Montana.
Positive thoughts can change your world. Having faith when your whole world is dark changes everything in your world.
You are going to find hope in every chapter. I hope that you will grab a copy of this life changing 4 star book.
This would make a great pick me up gift for your friends to read during the Covid pandemic.
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