By Lonnie Wilkey
Editor, Baptist and Reflector
JACKSON — By all medical accounts, Scott Duck shouldn’t be around today.
On March 21, 1977, Duck was one of triplets born three months prematurely. According to medical reports, he was in the worst condition of the three infants and the one doctors gave the least chance of survival.
As it turned out, his brothers, Chris and Brad, contracted an unidentified pathogen that eventually killed them. Scott survived and the only lingering effect of his premature birth is his blindness.
Duck shares his story in a recently released book, Blind Faith. Now an author and motivational speaker, Duck uses his experience to remind people that “God can use anyone to reach people and make a positive difference in the world.” [Read more…]