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From despair to destiny. So Glad I Made It is the story of one woman’s battle with breast cancer, which led her to discover her purpose in life. It leaves you with the understanding that with God all things are possible if you just believe. Leila’s proven success shows that God will help you to climb every mountain that you face in life and then allow you to have a glorious view from its summit.
Diann J. Wilson Author and Entrepreneur
Leila Springer left no tables unturned as she includes all the major players on this journey, and most importantly, God. With sensitivity and compassion, Springer does a remarkable job of helping women of colour balance their spirituality with the reality of breast cancer. This book is loaded with spiritual insights. We all can learn from her experience and wisdom.
Vivienne Dickson CEO, A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare Services
I am greatly inspired by Leila Springer’s candidness about her journey living through breast cancer. Her faith in God and her ability to move from being a victim to a victor is evident. Her story reminds us that when we face traumatic events and brokenness in our lives, it gives us an opportunity to find our life’s purpose and calling.
Beverley Boothe Breast Cancer Survivor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Leila Springer is an inspirational and motivational speaker, playwright, community activist, past-president of the World Conference on Breast Cancer Foundation, and co-founder of The Olive Branch of Hope. Leila is currently involved in the rewarding ministry of evangelism as well as her commitment to breast cancer advocacy. She has received several awards and served on several committees and boards. Leila attended Seneca College and Tyndale Seminary and University where she studied Business Administration and Christian theology. She currently circulates a weekly inspirational devotion, In the Spirit of Naomi.