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I guess I thought I was buying a book about a woman who lost her husband and some supernatural events that followed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by laura
The author spoke truth in a most poignant manner. As a Law Enforcement Chaplain I could relate to so much of what she wrote about. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Retiree
A must read for anyone in ministry or wanting to know about pastoral care. Chaplaincy is a different than parish work. Read morePublished 4 months ago by trekshel
Kate Braestrup is a gifted writer...I loved her story and wished it could have gone on forever. Reconciling loss and love...so touching.Published 4 months ago by Elaine Love
A wonderfully written story; her writing style captured easily my attention and heart. I also appreciate at the end there are questions offered to talk or think about (either in a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anne
Great read. I had heard a lot about this book before reading it and it lived up to those reviews.Published 5 months ago by Trudy Brockett
The monster that killed the kindergarten teacher was more than likely created because he was not loved enough. You chose not to love him...humm. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David J. Lock
What a lovely book. I recommend this book for counselors, public servants, pastors, and anyone who cares about others.Published 5 months ago by Pat