Item description for From the Prison of Pain to the Mountaintop of Freedom by Pam Anderson...
Overview Have you ever felt so sad and grieved that you begged God to end it all? Have you ever shouted at God trying to understand why? Do you feel trapped in a prison of pain? If you've lost someone you love you probably feel like no one can understand the depth of pain you're feeling. You may feel like you can't trudge through another day of sorrow so deep you feel drained emotionally, spiritually and physically. Losing a loved one through death or any kind of separation creates intensely deep pain. Pam Anderson shares the torrents of sorrow that wracked her body and soul after losing her husband, son and close friends in a plane crash. From her raw emotions and transparent feelings you will sense that someone truly understands your personal tragedy. The pages of her four-month journal chronicle her journey from The Prison of Pain to the Mountaintop of Freedom. She shares how God comforted her in countless ways, and how He can carry you through any circumstances to a peaceful, joyful life in Him.
Publishers Description Through journaling her struggles and emotions after losing her husband, son, and close friends in a plane crash, Pamela was able to record the comfort God gave her. Perfect for anyone who has lost a loved one or simply wonders "Why Me?"
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.51 lbs.
Release Date May 12, 2003
Publisher PLEASANT WORD #888
ISBN 157921553X ISBN13 9781579215538
Availability 0 units.
More About Pam Anderson
Pam Anderson is the author of six cookbooks, including an IACP Award winner and two James Beard nominees. She has written for numerous food and lifestyle magazines and appears frequently in national media. She lives in Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Pam Anderson currently resides in New Hope, in the state of Pennsylvania. Pam Anderson was born in 1957.
Reviews - What do customers think about From the Prison of Pain to the Mountaintop of Freedom?
Inspiring Jul 30, 2003
This book shows the true courage of a person who had to endure so much.
An Appreciation of Real Grief Jul 5, 2003
Anyone who has lost a loved one should read this book! Ms. Anderson has suffered the loss of her Husband and Son in a plane accident. Rather than wallowing in self pity, or committing a contemplated suicide, Ms Anderson describes the journey that she went through in order to survive and continue living.
The faith that she has sustained her. Her experiences in calling upon this faith may be able to assist countless others to survive similar losses.
If you are suffering from the unexpected loss of a loved one, or if someone you know is suffering, this book will be a significant aid in easing that suffering.