Messages from Heaven: How Visions and Wonder Rescued a Handicapped Boy who went on to Write 14 Books and Give us all

Messages from Heaven: How Visions and Wonder Rescued a Handicapped Boy who went on to Write 14 Books and Give us all "Messages from Heaven"

by Eddie Ensley Ph.D.

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Overview

Where is hope when there is no hope?

When Deacon Eddie Ensley was born, he nearly died. Born a feet-first breech with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck three times strangling him, he was left with a serious neurological disability: right brain dysfunction. Based on the severity of his infirmity alone, his life was on a course to nowhere. Then heaven intervened.

Visions of heaven, Jesus, and messages from above started when he was a toddler and continued throughout his life, helping him, despite overwhelming odds to become the author of 14 nationally acclaimed books; a faculty member at a graduate school of theology; and a speaker, whose words have reached hundreds of thousands of people. For years, Deacon Eddie has kept much of this amazing series of miracles to himself. Finally, now, he tells you the whole story.

The messages that have been whispered in his heart from the Holy Spirit can warm, comfort, and change your heart as well and show that heaven is closer to us than we ever dared to believe.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692067406
Publisher: Kateri Books
Publication date: 02/19/2018
Pages: 118
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)

About the Author

Eddie Ensley is a Catholic permanent deacon (clergyman) from the diocese of Savannah, Georgia. He is part of the clergy staff at St. Anne Church in Columbus, Georgia. He teaches graduate school at Josephinum Diaconate Institute, Pontifical College Josephinum and is also a course developer for that Institute. He is also part of Deacons in Ministry, an official Catholic organization approved by his diocese and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. In addition, he is a mission member of the Alleluia Community, also in Georgia.

Deacon Ensley is a NCCA licensed clinical pastoral counselor with a master's degree in pastoral studies (Loyola University) and a doctorate in clinical pastoral counseling (Cornerstone University). He reaches around 27 thousand people a year through leading retreats, parish missions, and clergy (deacon) retreats throughout North America. He is of Native American descent on both sides of his family and an enrolled Echota Cherokee.

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