YDR: When doctors took his hands and feet, York County man held tight to faith

Written by Brandie Kessler / York Daily Record | Nov 25, 2013 10:15 AM

Photo by Jason Plotkin/YorkDaily Record

Paul Miller was struck with a bacterial infection in February that was so severe, he nearly died. Doctors had to amputate his hands and feet to keep him alive, and ever since, he and his wife Shelly have been adjusting to a new life. They drew on their faith to overcome. But could they recapture something lost?

Read the couple's powerful story on York Daily Record.

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