James Perdue had a bright future ahead of him. He was a college baseball player with the major leagues on his list of ambitions.
When tragedy struck, the once invincible James would find himself a quadriplegic at the tender age of 19, looking forward to a life he had never planned for. Now, four decades later, he has his doctorate, is a published author, and has dedicated his life to encouraging others who've gone through the unthinkable to find their purpose.
On the eighth episode of "Pro Dignity, No Doubt," we walk through Dr. James Perdue's story of finding his purpose beyond a life-altering tragedy.