|Flowers for Annie|
There are 12 sections to the book--about 500 pages. It's a big one. Let's try to do 3 sections every 2 weeks. I'll post questions/discussion as often as possible, so we can get through this by the end of August.
Just to get our mental cogs moving, Alcorn points out in his introduction that "we all have a terminal disease called mortality." But no one seems to like to think about death, or life after death. Most of us have a tendency to have our feet planted firmly in this life of work, family issues, and meeting urgent, yet often not important, commitments. He also says that "God uses suffering and impending death to unfasten us from this earth." I would agree with that. Since Annie had her brain injury in 2007, and then died three months ago today, I have never been so anxious to leave this world and get home!
Bill actually gave me the book Heaven for Christmas in 2008. On the first page, he wrote: