Jennifer Evans shares the story of how COVID-19 almost claimed her life
Jennifer Evans shares the story of how COVID-19 almost claimed her life

Jennifer Evans shares the story of how COVID-19 almost claimed her life

  • Jennifer Evans of Coshocton is a member of Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, wife and mother of three.
  • She had COVID-19 in September last year and was in a respirator and in a medically induced coma for 12 days.
  • During her coma, her husband and father were both affected by the prayer of power, and the support from the local community was great.
  • Jennifer believes that everything happens for a reason and she believes that God wants her to share her story with society.

COSHOCTON – Jennifer Evans has always been a churchgoer, but it was always someone else who brought her into the church. She would attend services Sunday morning and then go home.

But almost the death of COVID-19 has brought her and her family closer to God than ever before.

She knows that God saved her life so she has become more involved in the church and the community. As Easter is a time of rejuvenation and rebirth, Jennifer feels blessed with a new chance at life.

As a nurse, she understands how dangerous COVID-19 can be. She also knows that most people who go on a respirator for the disease rarely get off. She was placed on a respirator and in a medically-induced coma as a last resort. When she was unconscious of the world, family and friends prayed for her, and God touched her husband, Michael, and father, Bob Gibbons of Adamsville, in various ways related to her affliction.

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