Sarah Harper is driven to achieve success no matter what the cost. She
wants to do good and not hurt the people she loves–especially children
and her husband, Joe–but her desire to succeed in her career too often
leaves little time for family.
One cold, autumn afternoon, all
of that changes when Sarah's car plunges off a bridge and into a river.
She is presumed dead by those on the "outside," but Sarah's spirit is
still very much alive. What she discovers on the other side transforms
everything about Sarah's view of life–past, present, and future.
When Sarah is revived, she is a changed woman. And the unsuspecting world around her will never be the same again.
About the Authors:
Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical
Bible teachers. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, she has written
more than seventy inspirational books, including The Confident Woman, I
Dare You, the entire Battlefield of the Mind family of books, her first
venture into fiction with The Penny, and many others. She has also
released thousands of audio teachings as well as a complete video
library. Joyce's Enjoying Everyday Life® radio and television programs
are broadcast around the world, and she travels extensively conducting
conferences. Joyce and her husband, Dave, are the parents of four grown
children and make their home in St. Louis, Missouri.
Deborah Bedford is a career fiction writer who began her professional life as a journalist in a Colorado mountain town.
A Rose By The Door, Deborah's first with Warner Book (name changed to FaithWords in 2006), hit bookstores in November 2001. A Morning Like This was released by Warner Books in 2002. Deborah's short story, “Connor Sapp's Baseball Summer,”
is included in Multnomah Publisher's The Storytellers' Collection,
Tales From Home, alongside stories by Chuck Colson, Terri Blackstock,
Randy Alcorn and Karen Kingsbury.
Deborah and Jack have two
children, Jeff and Avery. When she isn't writing, Deborah spends her
time fly-fishing, cheering at American Legion baseball games, shopping
with her daughter, singing praise songs while she walks along the banks
of Flat Creek, and taking her dachshund Annie for hikes in the Tetons
where they live.