If you haven’t read this yet, go for it.
Know someone who is skeptical about the reality of heaven? This might be the book for them.
Steve and Janie have moved to Claremont, California (in the greater Los Angeles area, east of LA proper on the I-10 freeway). Janie is on the staff of Granite Creek Community Church in Claremont where she is serving as the pastor for community. Steve is excited about writing projects and the development of Kindness Outreach Ministries which is seeking to:
Steve himself continues to deal with physical problems with some ongoing residual effects. As always, he covets your prayers and blessings for continued improvement in his physical health. Persons interested in coaching can contact Steve at his email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve Sjogren’s newest book will help anyone wanting to live a better life.
It would be an especially good gift item for people who don’t go to church or don’t believe in God. They won’t get preached at, but experience the honest wrestling of a guy who went through a set of horrible circumstances and learned to live a better life after dying during gall bladder surgery that went very wrong.
CORRECTION: Scripture isn’t the ultimate self-disclosure of God. Jesus is. But it’s authoritative because it’s the normative revelation of the God we meet in Jesus.
You can connect with Mark Daniels at his blog
Order Steve’s new book right here: Heaven’s Lessons.
From Charlie Wear:
Friends of Steve and Janie Sjogren are asking, “What is happening in the world of Steve Sjogren, the Kindness Guy, and his wife, Janie, the Kindness Gal?” Well, I have all the answers to these questions that are fit to publish.
After spending a few months working on my last book project I’m excited it is done and moving quickly toward publication.
After doing this a few times I’ve figured out that writing a book is doable once you have the basic plan nailed down, but getting to that point can be a challenge.
The sub-title is “Ten things I learned about God when I died.” There were lots of lessons I picked up on when I went through my NDE. I could have shared twenty lessons, but we capped it off at an even ten. I share a lot of details about what happened to me in the injury and the trauma I experienced after the injury in the months and years following – all stuff that was never made public until now. There has been a lot of pain I’ve had to deal with and forgiveness I’ve had to deal with and to seek from other others who have had “ought” with me.
I’ll share more about the emotional end of things I went through as i wrote this. Suffice it to say, this stirred up a lot of deeply stored up stuff in me I wasn’t aware was there as I recalled what I went through.
I hope you’ll help me talk this up in the coming months leading up to its release.