Call Me Vivian: A True Love Story
On the fast track up the corporate ladder, Katie Scheller became involved in an extramarital affair with her boss that took her via lawsuit to prison. And it was in this place "one step above hell" as Katie says, that...
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On the fast track up the corporate ladder, Katie Scheller became involved in an extramarital affair with her boss that took her via lawsuit to prison. And it was in this place "one step above hell" as Katie says, that God's grace worked most powerfully. A gripping account of God's transformative love.
Experience the transforming power of God's love.
Call Me Vivian is a true story about a woman caught in adultery. On the fast track in Corporate America, Scheller became involved in an illicit love affair with her boss that newspapers reported as "sordid." Not everyone's extramarital affair makes front page news or results in a civil lawsuit and criminal charges that land a person in federal prison, but hers did.
From a financially secure future to losing everything except her positive attitude, sense of humor, and faith, Scheller found herself sleeping on the concrete floor in a prison cell she describes as "one step above hell." It was in this place that God did His best work!
This book exposes the truth about Scheller's struggle with sexual sin, the battle for her heart, and the transforming power of God's love.
Through Scheller's heartache, pain, and countless years of searching, you will gain a better understanding of God's wonderful gifts of grace and forgiveness.
Call Me Vivian will prove all things are possible with God if you simply have the faith to believe.
KATIE SCHELLER was born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. After her fall from the corporate ladder and subsequent time in prison, she felt led to establish The Vivian Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the children of incarcerated parents. Her goal is to positively impact and improve the quality of life for each of the 2.7 million children who have a parent in prison. When Katie is not writing or managing The Vivian Foundation, she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her three children and grandchildren.