Debi McClain's Song of the Soul

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Debi McClain's is a joyful person with what many people might consider to be a rough life. When she was quite young she fell ill and her young parents were unable to care for her, so she spent six years in the care of her great-grandparents. More recently, in 2000, she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, a life-threatening and life-changing disease, yet her outlook is clearly upbeat and grateful for each day.

Among Debi's more delightful peculiarities is that she used to, as a child, "play church" with her great-grandparents - something that may reflect the centrality of religion in the Pilgrim Holiness sect she was raised in.

Besides the music she selected for this program, Debi shared 3 poems that she has written. You can see a couple others at lovepoetry.com under the name Debi LMcC.
 

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10/1/2006
3/25/2007
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Debi has been a friend of

Debi has been a friend of mine for a long, long time. Like your sister, I met Debi in a chat room. Mark after hearing your interview with Debi, I’m going to give her a call; She is the sweetest young lady I’ve ever known. Mark I’m glad you had the chance to talk to her.

I was having a conversation

I was having a conversation with my long time friend Debbi and she mentioned how she was on a radio show and I have since listened to your program and enjoyed both the conversation about debb's MS and the music that was played and absolutely loved it...congrats from Dave Perchard from ST.John's,Newfoundland & Labrador,Canada.

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