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The author says "Journeying through crisis has had a profoundeffect on me. I discovered how to translate my faith into practice and I have seen my own faith develop and produce in me a maturity that I would not otherwise possess."
The message to his readers is clear: faith in God, love for one another, and surprisingly, a sense of humor are the secrets to overcoming grief and loss.
Number of Pages: 124
Vendor: North Wind Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
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VNP DeniseCanyon Lake, TXAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome Testimony of Survival!November 9, 2010VNP DeniseCanyon Lake, TXAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Beginning with the first chapter, I was thrown into an emotional tailspin because I thought I had dealt with the loss of my father to lung cancer years ago. Dan's gentle, yet witty expressions of the pain, courage, fear, and hope he endured during the many crises in a short period of time helped me to realize that the trial I've been in, though long, is nothing to endure in comparison to what he, Sandy, and his current wife, Lucille, has endured. His letters made my heart ache at times; at other times, I actually caught myself laughing out loud. Not to mention that God used him as a vessel to speak to me on pages 46-47 about persevering in order to see the big picture. I only hope he doesn't suffer another crisis for allowing God to use him to help me.