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Letters to Heaven: Reaching Beyond the Great Divide
     

Letters to Heaven: Reaching Beyond the Great Divide

by Calvin Miller
 

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In these masterfully written letters to heaven, Calvin Miller thanks, lovingly reflects on—and sometimes confesses his regrets to —the departed influences in his life. Some are names familiar to us all (C. S. Lewis, Todd Beamer, Oscar Wilde); others he knew well; and some he only admired from a distance. But all brought a brightness to his life or

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In these masterfully written letters to heaven, Calvin Miller thanks, lovingly reflects on—and sometimes confesses his regrets to —the departed influences in his life. Some are names familiar to us all (C. S. Lewis, Todd Beamer, Oscar Wilde); others he knew well; and some he only admired from a distance. But all brought a brightness to his life or challenged him to live more fully in some way. Aware that eternity for any of us is only a step away, Miller has sought to complete the unfinished business of life by writing letters to the great beyond. This moving work will not only elicit a desire in readers to reconcile all things unfinished, but teach the living about the importance of people and the treasure of faith while holding out for us all the hope that awaits..

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936034994
Publisher:
Worthy Publishing
Publication date:
02/07/2012
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.32(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.58(d)

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Lauded by the likes of Max Lucado, Karen Kingsbury and Eugene Peterson for his work, Calvin Miller (PhD, Ministry, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) has nearly 4 million books in print and is the best-selling author of The Singer Trilogy. Miller, who served as a pastor for more than 30 years, joined the faculty at Samford University, Beeson Divinity School, in Birmingham, Alabama in 1999, and regularly speaks at colleges, seminaries and churches. He is also adjunct professor of preaching at Dallas Theological Seminary.

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