Melody Richards paints a picture of loss that includes both pain and victory. Melody sees the whole picture because she has eternity in view, not just the now. Her book is a life-changer.
Jan Markell, Founder, President of Olive Tree Ministries and Host of Understanding the Times
One of the worst losses there is occurs when a mother loses a child. Melody describes the loss, exploring the devastation and plumbing the depths of her emotions. But she does more than that. Her book also provides instruction and hope. I was especially intrigued by how she finds hope. Throughout the book she takes short visits to Heaven, imaging her sweet daughter, Danielle, experiencing the bliss and peace and comfort of finally being home. That home empowered Melody to make her home in a world of suffering and pain. Hope indeed! I was moved by her account. I trust readers will be, too.
Jerry Sittser, Professor of Theology and author of A Grace Disguised and A Grace Revealed.
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