Visits From Heaven
A tragic suicide may have ended the earthly life of Harriet Deison, but it didn't end the love story she shared with her husband, Pete. Their connection continued through Pete's vivid dreams of Harriet sent from her new home in...
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A tragic suicide may have ended the earthly life of Harriet Deison, but it didn't end the love story she shared with her husband, Pete. Their connection continued through Pete's vivid dreams of Harriet sent from her new home in heaven.
Pete and Harriet Deison were enjoying a full life of being parents, grandparents, and partners in ministry when deep depression spiraled Harriet into a darkness that caused her to take her own life. Suddenly thrust into unimaginable grief, Pete, a Presbyterian minister, turns to his roots as a student and educator in an attempt to make sense of it all.
Visits from Heaven is the love story of a man and his wife of forty-three years, which quietly becomes the story of God's love for his children. The narrative of strange coincidences, amazing answers to prayer, and dozens of dreams by Pete and others affirms that there is a continued existence of a loved one that can be experienced here on earth.
Is heaven a place where real life continues, or is it all clouds, pearly gates, and long church services? Visits from Heaven answers those questions, giving readers a clearer picture of what life is like for a believer after he or she leaves earth. It's also a wake-up call for those who secretly think heaven is a dry and boring place.
Deeply grounded in the Scriptures and in the classic works of writers such as C.S. Lewis, Sheldon Vanauken, John Claypool, Randy Alcorn, and N.T. Wright, Deison shares biblical truths about the reality of our continued existence and the nature of our heavenly home. Visits from Heaven gently leads grieving people on an effective and insightful journey through the grief and recovery process.
Deison is an associate pastor at Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas, where he oversees several ministeries. He also served as an adjunct professor of Leadership at Dallas Seminary.