disappointed unable to transfer book from pc to kindle
everyone else i know loved the book--church book club
Yes I would . I found the book rather challenging and would listen again to iron out some issues that did not seem to gel in the first listening.
I would have to query the parents lack of initiative as their child's illness progressed into a life threatening situation.
The absolute honesty of the three year old in situations that could not have been manipulated or influenced by his parents or outside influences.
Heaven is for Real........????
At the top
Seeing heaven as a child would see it. Oh, and the angels would not sing We Will We Will Rock You!
Yes, I read it too!
God tells us to become as a little child, I think this book shows us how, just trust and believe.
although it was in bits and peices there was so much detailed information
i just wanted to hear more! i loved this story
it was a good performance...the girl voice was funny though
In His Presence
good read!! listened to the whole things in less than 48hours
Yes. It was a very inspirational story.
Todd Burpo. As a father I could relate to his trials and tribulations
Easy to listen to.
Yes. Very inspiring as a Christian. I believe that even those who may not have accepted Christ as their savior would enjoy the book as well.
I heard the entire book as I cut the grass, which is why I buy audiobooks. it allows me to do two things I need to do at once. Which is why I think it is well worth the time spent.
Jesus, because He is love and it shows through the little 4yr old's experience
I would not have changed anything.
It encourages me to know the Word.
I compared this young boy's experience with that of a grown man, whom I know personally, and I find that the little boy's experience is more in tune with the scriptures. Which for me, makes it more believable.
Mom. Her courage
This book was a blessing. Thank you for writing it Rev & Mrs. Burpo and deciding to share it with the world.
I would say it was worth the time to listen to the book. It is a good story.
Some of the things Colten said was as it states in the bible.
I would have liked Colten to read his own part. At the age of eleven he should have been able to read it himself. It would have seemed more real. Or at least have a child read the part and not an adult.
I don't think so. I don't think they could do it justice in a move.
I would like to have known more about his relationship with his living sister Cassey. The story tells you nothing about her and how close Colten might have been to her.
Told from parents' perspective and from their interpretation of their son's comments. Sounds like parents are strong fundamentalist Christians who interpreted son's experiences from a strictly biblical point of view. I felt like I was listening to a sermon more than a small child's story though it was very interesting and not without merit.
Cannot explain why but I did not care for the narrator or the style of writing. Often I listen to my books a few times but I don't think I will revisit this one.
Deffinately because it touched my heart
When the little boy sat on Jesus lap.
Seeing his relatives in Heaven
Made me cry in spots
Very good read and excellant listining