by Joyce Meyer & Deborah Bedford
This is a story about a near-death experience and how it brought love and compassion back to fractured family. The heroine a workaholic and a perfectionist behaved selfishly and irrationally. After an accident in which she drowns is restored to health, she shares her experience and her family experiences a spiritual transformation and return to God.
The story moves along nicely and is told simplistically but was, at times, somewhat preachy. Nevertheless I admit to shedding some tears and being inspired by the book.
Joyce Meyer teaches on hundreds of subjects, has authored more than eighty books and conducts approximately fifteen conferences per year. She has a television and radio program, called "Enjoying Everyday Life", that is broadcast worldwide. You can learn more about Joyce Meyer ministries and find more of her non-fiction books on her website.
Deborah Bedford is a career fiction writer. Visit her website.
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