Even if you think you don't need it right now. This is a book you'll want in your personal library... when you need it, it will be there.
Note: One of the best things about this book is that it helps you know what to say to others who are grieving too. Definitely a worthy read!
-- Reviewer (and friend of the author) Jan Verhoeff
From the Author
And what, if anything, should we do?
In Dear America, I wanted to share how I came to believe in God in the first place and why I still believe in God.
Having lost loved ones, I wanted to share what I've learned about getting through grief and I hope those ten insights will help others. I also included a simple retelling of the story of the Bible in five stages. I hope this will help readers grasp the beautiful, incredible overarching story of the Bible. Finally I also offer some answers to many questions I've been asked or have heard others ask, including who are the Muslims and where did the religion of Islam come from?
It's a short book, an easy read. I wanted a book people could read in one sitting if they wanted to. When you're in the midst of searching for God in troubles times, or in the midst of grief, energy and time are precious and elusive. But I believe this little book is packed with information, answers, and power to improve your life for all eternity and help you in your current situation -- at least that is my prayer.
This is also a good book to give as a gift or to work through with someone else who needs hope, encouragement, and God.