What happens when you knock on death’s door not once, but twice?
As Steve Sjogren opened his eyes during surgery, the people around his bed didn’t look familiar. They didn’t look like any people he had ever seen before—they were transparent. No words were spoken, but he knew in an instant they were present to support him, to urge him not to give up his desperate fight for life.
Steve had gone into the hospital for a planned forty-five-minute “simple surgery” to remove his gallbladder. But things went haywire that day as the surgeon accidentally cut his aorta and caused his heart to stop for several minutes. He did not go home that night as was scheduled. In fact, he feels like he has been in the recovery room for more than twelve years since that procedure.
In Heaven’s Lessons, Steve Sjogren talks about his encounters with the other side and the priceless lessons God taught him during his journey.
Find out what Steve learned about things such as: Suffering God’s voice Conflict Desperation Come along on the journey as Steve reveals what it’s like to bottom out at all levels—physically, emotionally, and even spiritually—and slowly make a recovery back to normalcy.