"More than just a collection of interesting near-death stories, this book is rich with scripture as well as commentary from Latter-day prophets, creating a doctrinal lens through which to view the near-death events shared by various people from differing cultural and religious backgrounds. From the amazing characteristics of our spirit bodies to the incredible love and learning that will take place, you'll find encouragement and peace regarding that next step we will all eventually take, which is, in reality, the beginning of a beautiful new phase of life." --DeseretBook.com
My favorite books are found at DeseretBook.com. I have the Deseret Bookshelf app on my ipad so most new purchases are made as ebooks. I particularly love reading anything Robert L. Millet writes, so I'm anxious to start this book that I bought yesterday.
Last week I began to read this large paperback by Michael R. Ash, "Shaken Faith Syndrome". Good information about the book and author can be found HERE at their website.
Sheri Dew is not only my favorite female speaker, but also my favorite female author. A fellow Kansas native, she speaks directly from the heart and minces no words. Her writings have such substance and are thought-provoking.
A dear friend gifted me with this edition of President Thomas S. Monson's latest work "Consider the Blessings". It's a beautiful compilation of short, meaningful messages by the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Robert Millet authored this book as a follow-up to "Living in the Eleventh Hour".
This book by John Bytheway has helped me understand Isaiah as we've studied it in our old Testament Class this year.