In 1981, at the age of 16, Andrea Jaeger was ranked number two in the world among professional women tennis players.
But at age 19, a shoulder injury ended her five-year pro career.
Within two years, however, Jaeger launched her second career as an advocate for children with life-threatening illnesses.
I met her almost 20 years later, when she wrote a book called “First Service,” the story of how faith in God inspired her, and changed her life.
So here now, from 2004, Andrea Jaeger:
Andrea Jaeger is 55 now,
Two years after our interview, Amdrea Jaeger became “Sister Andrea” — she’s a member of the Episcopal Church’s Anglican Order of Preachers.