The Day I Died

The Day I Died

by Steve Sjogren, Todd Hunter

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An Unforgettable Story of Life After Death

"The cold voice of the anesthesiologist recited the typical 'count backward from 10' cadence. Darkness closed around me before he got to 7. That's when I found out what it's like to die--and to come back from the dead."

It was a beautiful winter's day, showing no signs of what was to come. Steve Sjogren, pastor of one of America's fastest growing churches, went into the hospital for routine gall bladder surgery and died--twice. What began as a tragic medical accident led to Steve's encounter with death, an experience of unimaginable peace and some surprises, with comforting words from God, a meeting with an angel, and seeing those who had died before him.

If you, or someone you know, are fearful of dying, curious about heaven, or simply desiring to live life to its fullest, this encouraging book could change how you view life and death.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441267184
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/13/2006
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 193,688
File size: 470 KB

About the Author

STEVE SJOGREN and his wife, Janie, have planted churches in Los Angeles, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and Oslo, Norway. Steve writes, speaks, mentors church planters, and in February 2008 launched a church plant in Tampa, Florida. He is the author of Conspiracy of Kindness, Changing the World through Kindness, and The Day I Died, and has written articles that have appeared in Charisma, New Man, Discipleship Journal, and more. Steve and Janie have three grown children.

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The Day I Died 2.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
lap3 More than 1 year ago
I very very rarely review any books and certainly dont want to give a bad review for any book about God.That being said though,the title of this book is extremely misleading and the author,especially being a man of God,must do something about changing the title and what the book is about.There is maybe 6 sentencess and that's being generous about what happened to him.Theauthor even goes as far as sayingmhe will never reveal what "God"said to him.,As there is a huge hunger for knowledge from millions of people for these kind of books,and barnes and Noble can attest that Im one of them because i have them all,never and I mean never,have I been so angry at myself for buying a book.Thankfully,the book was 1.99,which if I could I would insist on getting back.It's as if the author realized he could make more money or generate more interest by using thtat title,and therfore did.Which again,mmakes me shake my head as the book talks about him striving to be a better man and how he did it.What's sad is had he been truthful and made it some kind of self help book on Spirituality,he would be getting way better reviews than this one..Im in great hopes that the author "Tithes the $I paidfor this and changes the title before this page is flooded with angry readers such as myself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The most boring book i,ve ever read. I want my money back
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liked the humor and writting. Hoped to learn more about seeing the ghost and hearing from God. This told more about what happened after "the day I died" rather than elabroating on the spiritural happenings of the actual event at the time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a devout Christian but couldn't even get through the first chapter with all of his nonsense. Shameful.
BlackAsh13 More than 1 year ago
The title of this book is a bit of a misnomer. The author spends little time discussing his near death experience. Instead, the focus of the book is on the changes he made in his life following his near death experience. I found some of what he wrote to be uplifting, but there isn't anything here that is groundbreaking or inspirational to the point of guiding the reader toward major life changes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago