In Her Own Special Voice

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What happens to your faith when you don’t get your miracle? That is the question raised in this fictional account of one woman’s ongoing journey with healing faith. The woman is real, her story is real. Captured here is a fictional snapshot of how faith can remain strong in spite of appearances. Wendy is a woman who considers herself to be on the faith journey right along with the rest of us. Hers is a faith that has been tested through pain, disappointment, times of loss, and frustration. Her life, however, is not summed up with those words. Her words are more like love, hope, faith and peace. As a work of creative non-fiction, In Her Own Special Voice, provides words to an otherwise silent woman. Through a fictional encounter with a reporter investigating faith healing, along with personal poetry, healing and enduring faith is explored from the perspective of a life of faith lived in a wheelchair. Allow the peace that passes understanding envelope you as Wendy’s story is unfolded briefly in these pages. Allow the hope of salvation and the God of all comfort to wrap around you through words that resound in truth and grace.


Pamela Ferguson has watched her sister Wendy’s faith journey unfold for the past 46 years. The sisters often reminisce with a smile about how, back in the day, they wore out Debby Boone’s You Light Up My Life album, dreaming together. Pamela is from southern Ontario and has her very own superheroes, her boys – Mike and Sam. Contact Pamela at [email protected]