Heartspoken I like that even with books you enjoy you might “caution” us about a problem in the book. Maurertown, VA 22644  USA, Copyright © 2020 • RiverwoodWriter, LLC and Heartspoken • P.O. Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost's next chapter, Register to vote and apply for an absentee ballot today. It is the you and me in the 'raw' of doubt, frustration, and utter hopelessness. Thank you for entering to win your free copy. Miracles from Heaven is a disruptive new God film from the folks who brought us Heaven Is For Real. Those are the only facts I have. I am looking forward to reading more of your stuff and getting to know you Blessings. It’s based on the 2015 memoir of the same name by Christy Beam , whose daughter, Anna, suddenly suffered from a rare intestinal disorder—and then, just as suddenly, was cured in the craziest of ways. I haven't read the book, having only seen the movie (for one reason in particular). I will definitely be getting this book! This review was written for Miracles from Heaven: A Little Girl, Her Journey to Heaven, and Her Amazing Story of Healing. Jodi – so glad it’s on your wish list – its a good one , Debbie, I love to read as well! By the time we encounter the third in a series of sweepingly generalized groups classified under the umbrella of non-believers (journalists and restaurant staff are portrayed as godless monsters, just like those pesky doctors), it’s obvious that Miracles From Heaven’s goal is not to endear viewers to its spiritual ways, but rather cast judgment on those who don’t follow its teachings. Few other nice things can be said sincerely without bearing false witness. This book drew me in right away as Christy began sharing her story and the journey the Beam family has been on since Annabel was diagnosed with her rare incurable digestive disorder. For your voice to be heard, in most states you must register before you can vote. Tweet. I hope you will take the time to read Miracles from Heaven. Knowing Miracles from Heaven seems to be based on a true story gets me and doesn't let go. So, as promised, one blessed person will win their very own copy of the book Miracles from Heaven. Have you ever had a near-death experience or been personally touched by someone who has? It seems the time has come for Jennifer Garner to replay her debt to the Lord. You know how this could be explained.”, Honestly,” he said, “I can’t explain what happened to her physically while she was in that tree – and I’ve given it a lot of thought. Gone are the stereotypical storylines, the barely-out-of-drama-club acting, and the evangelical message hidden behind self-serving branding -- maybe because it is based on a true story, or maybe because the production company has matured somewhat since previous films. Plus I am testing out RaffleCopter so to earn extra chances to win enter use the RaffleCopter questionnaire below. Yes, I’ve had a near death experience, but I rarely share it. Click here to learn how your donation is used in the ministry. Let’s look at what Icon Media said about it: In a remarkable true story of faith and blessings, a mother tells of her sickly young daughter, how she survived a dangerous accident, her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the symptoms of her chronic disease. Entertainment Weekly may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.