Walking at the Speed of Light is a perceptive offering of memoir and reflections that can be taken one at a time and provide insight and healing for all kinds of darkness. Although many books have addressed grief and depression related to Christian faith, a book that gives readers a Christian perspective on these subjects through forward thinking including organ donation and positive life building offers a unique opportunity. Walking at the Speed of Light begins with the death of Cheryl J. Heser’s thirty-three-year-old son, Joshua, the grief experiences that followed, and the organ donation that affected the lives of over 100 people. Cheryl then provides chapters related to the Light of the World, sharing insight and nurturing for grief and depression as well as an enthusiastic embracing of all aspects of the enlightened Christian faith journey.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Cheryl J. Heser holds a B.A. in American and English Literature from Eastern Montana College and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Lindenwood University. Her life history includes church service in several denominations and extensive Bible study, a solid marriage, and raising three children. She taught high school English, Spanish and journalism and directed a K-12 school library before serving 17 years as Director of Rosebud County Library in Forsyth, Montana. She was the Montana Library Association’s 2014 Sheila Cates Librarian of the Year. She is the composer of Look to the Mountains: A Lewis & Clark Cantata ; a former newspaper columnist; a former living history presenter of Tea with Dolley Madison ; a frequent public speaker; and a public advocate for the LifeCenter Northwest organ donation center.