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Williams, Jennifer & Jeremy - Tenacious | November 6, 2013

Williams, Jennifer & Jeremy - Tenacious | November 6, 2013

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Jennifer Williams, whose husband, Jeremy, has been diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), talked about some of the challenges they have faced and how God has sustained them, as related in the book, "Tenacious: How God Used a Terminal Diagnosis to Turn a Family and a Football Team into Champions". You can read a moving piece on the Williams family at www.ajc.com/news/news/fourth-down/nWJH6