I felt like Dr. Weiss was teaching all of us in this very powerful book.
Yes. The story is so moving in so many ways. Very credible with many joys and sorrows but mostly that there is a wonderful afterlife waiting for us.
That God sent Mary back to comfort her family and relay the message from Him that He is for real, loves us beyond measure and that we will be reunited with Him and all of our loved ones one day.
The relationship she has with her son Will and the messages that he gives her.
That it was a child who experienced heaven, and in his innocence revealed who and what he saw.
I liked how Colten's father explained his experiences to what Colten was telling him and how he allowed him to talk and tell them what he saw, heard and felt without proding or interference from him.
He has a caring voice like that of a loving father.
When Colton saw Akiane's painting and agreed that this was the face of the Jesus that he saw and who cared for him.
Loved the book and how it deepened my belief that God loves us,cares for us and is waiting for our return to Him, our true Father.
Truly a gift from God.
Akiane of course.
It kept me in awe of how this child could know so much and be so talented with no help from human beings. It helped me to understand that we were created by a loving God who desires to know us and will use any measure to get our attention.
This book deepens my faith that God is ALIVE and loves us beyond what our minds and hearts can imagine.
The innocence of Anna.
Both. I was able to put myself into her situation at a very young age and felt the tender heartaches, thrills of being in love and the wonder of growing up.
The TOP, whatever that number would be.
The intrigue, the love story and the suspense.
I would have liked to hear each character's voice as their own, not hers.
The love story of how protective Christian was of Anna.
Christian, of course! Sexy, protective, mysterious and sexy!!!
Oh yes. I loved her voice for each different character.
My Happy Ever After
Beautifully read by the late Patrick Swayze and his beautiful wife Lisa. The story was so pleasantly written about their life together, not sappy, but the reality of 32 years of ups and downs and the struggles they encountered, long before his diagnosis. Loved listening to both of their viewpoints, their happiness, sadness and love of life and each other. GREAT book!!!
Both of the authors read and write beautifully.
The scene when he is diagnosed.
The Time Of My Life is perfect.
I was raised a Catholic so knew nothing about the people of the bible or who Christ was. Lee Strobel does an excellent job of reading and explaining the Gospel of Luke and who Luke was. I have listened to it over and over and have a much greater understanding and a closer relationship with Christ. He makes the bible come alive.
Yes, yes, yes! Great listening!
What an awesome insight into the behind the scenes of what really happened.
The heart wrenching facts of how a mother who murdered her poor baby girl got away with it and how the family allowed her to control them and their destiny and now to walk away from them, leaving them in unbearable pain with memories that can't be erased. How sad especially for George who seems to be the victim in all of this. A loving father and husband who wanted nothing more than to have a happy family. His greatest joy was when his precious Caylee was born. It's so sad that he tried to commit suicide, overwhelmed with pain. I loved hearing it straight from Jeff Ashton who poured his heart and soul into justice for Caylee and lost. Thank you so much for writing this book of your memoirs.
I think it's a perfect title.
Thank you Jeff for pouring your heart into this book and giving us a small window into the lives of this very dysfunctional family and a very evil child that they raised. God bless little Caylee's soul and may her mother be forever haunted by her memory.
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