Guest Post: A Review of ‘Heaven’s Lessons’ by Mark Daniels

Heaven's Lessons

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.

Steve has spoken, mentored and modeled to churches and leaders around the world with the simple message that anyone – regardless of their gifting or experience – can be involved in bringing God’s loving kindness to others. His first book, Conspiracy of Kindness has been translated into several languages with more in the works. His first book has sold over 300,000 copies. Altogether his books have sold over 500,000 copies.


  1. I’m curious. Can someone please explain why when God was revealing more of Himself through Christ and the Apostles and they raised people from the dead, the dead never seemed to have a story to tell? Wouldn’t you think they’d have something to say, and it would be all over the Scriptures? Wouldn’t that be the first question they’d get asked: “So…what was it like?” But no one in the Bible talked about their “after-death” experience, except Jesus, who also said that He was the only one with authority to reveal anything. So is this a new dispensation today? Are we adding to Scripture now? Are Steve, and a couple other writers these days, anointed with new experiences that no one else was permitted to testify to, including the Apostle Paul? Some help here please. I’m a little confused.

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