Elizabeth Sherrill and her husband, John, continue to travel the world in search of stories that reveal the power of God. They have been associated with Guideposts magazine for many years and were cofounders of Chosen Books, along with Leonard and Catherine Marshall LeSourd. Elizabeth and John have three grown children and are home occasionally in Chappaqua, New York.
All the Way to Heaven: A Surprising Faith Journeyby Elizabeth Sherrill
With honesty, humor, and insight, Elizabeth traces her journey from an agnostic upbringing, through clinical depression, to
For fifty years, in best-selling books and memorable articles, Elizabeth Sherrill has written the stories of people such as Corrie ten Boom, Brother Andrew, and David Wilkerson. Now, for the first time, she shares her personal pilgrimage.
With honesty, humor, and insight, Elizabeth traces her journey from an agnostic upbringing, through clinical depression, to a stunning encounter with God. Written with a rare literary finesse, this spiritual journey will touch believers as no other book has and will give them an inspiring vision of their eternal future in heaven.
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A wonderful read. When we walk through the life journey, there are subtle things we missed; the author picks them up and reveals in a light that warms our heart and gives hope to our destiny and love for people around us.
If you love biographies, read this. If you love inspiring stories, read this. If you have read any of the books Elizabeth Sherrill has written, read this. If you want the readability of short stories, yet the continuity of a novel, read this. If you like romance or slice-of-life or miracles or extremely well-written prose, read this. Still not convinced? Well, read it and prove me wrong. Thank you, Mrs. Sherrill, for writing about your journey to faith...or should we say...its journey to you?