This is an autobiography of Holly Nickerson including many personal testimonies of the goodness of God in her life. It outlines how her struggle for her health through a medical response to a back injury leaving her immune system compromised, her battle with COVID-19 which developed into pneumonia, and her diagnosed heart damage. Throughout these ER visits, hospitalization, and oxygen therapy, God spoke to her spirit of the goodness that He had shown her since 1983, and to believe that she would live.
Throughout her life, God sought her from a learning disability. Many said she would never amount to anything, But God said to her, “Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral Degrees!”
Holly Nickerson received her bachelor’s degree from Boston University in Rehabilitation Services. She received her master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She later obtained a Doctorate in Ministry from Christian International Ministry Training College. Professionally, Holly has worked with both children and adults who have been physically, developmentally, and mentally disabled in Child Protection Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Worker’s Compensation; she also founded a maternity home. Holly became a Christian in 1983 and has been a mission’s coordinator, youth leader, nursery coordinator, part of a worship team, a member of the prophetic team and healing deliverance teams in various churches.