Leah Jeffery interviewed by Cross Rhythms Plymouth Radio station
Author chats to radio hosts about her recent book Unjustified Joy.
Leah Jeffery shared her powerful story of holding onto hope throughout chronic illness with the hosts of Cross Rhythms Radio station in Plymouth. Leah’s journey with ankylosis spondylosis inspired her recent book Unjustified Joy.
In the interview, which first aired on the 23rd of February, Leah shared about her chronic illness and how her faith helped her through her struggles.
Leah shared a few words about the experience with us: “I felt really nervous before the interview, as it was my first time on radio. However Dave Simpson is a fantastic presenter and he’s a friend too, so that certainly helped. It was actually really good fun and I felt God’s grace in answering each question. What a privilege to share a part of the story God has been writing in my life across the Plymouth and internet airwaves.”
Well done to Leah for boldly sharing her story and thank you to Cross Rhythms Radio for holding the interview!
Missed it? The interview will be played again at 5pm on Sunday 10th March on 93.6FM or through their website.
ONE WOMAN’S JOURNEY OF FINDING JOY IN THE FACE OF CHRONIC ILLNESS.
When a mysterious condition causing increasing pain and decreased mobility began to affect Leah, doctors were puzzled as all test results came back negative. After months of struggle, Leah was finally diagnosed with an aggressive form of the chronic disease Ankylosing Spondylitis.
Unjustified Joy is the story of Leah’s inspiring journey through chronic illness, and how she stayed firm in her faith throughout every hospital visit, test and treatment.
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