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About "Life After Breath"
"During those last few months, the pressure was something of another world and as earthly life wept, the bleeding of our hearts began to mingle with eternity and hovered in a strange vapor. There was no song to be heard; just the rhythm of waiting; and life held its breath." "The truth of what is ahead for you must be found in God's Word. You will see there that you are meant to be one of His greatest allies in these times of faint hearts and tribulation. As a widow, you have been called for a great and unique purpose." The word "widow" carries with it the meaning of being severed; torn apart from what she was once one with. In Hebrew, it means "an empty house." To be a widow also means to be prepared "apart" but God's tender heart never meant for her to be isolated and crippled. Widows are prepared apart for a "set-apart" calling. Life After Breath is a warm and honest companion and friend in the midst of a widow's darkness and seclusion, and sets in place the foundation for her future with insight into a sacred Biblical revelation that will take your breath away.
Meet the Author
Susan VandePol founded Families of the Fallen for Fire Departments and churches after the duty-related death of her husband in 2005. The protocol is now being used in departments across the country and is endorsed by experts in the fields of Grief, Crisis, Trauma, Suicide Prevention, CIR, PTSD and CISM. Susan is certified in Grief, Crisis and Trauma Counseling, Grief Coaching, Master Life Coaching, Individual Crisis Intervention, Victim Response and Basic and Family Mediation. Her speaking engagements include women's retreats and conferences, a Keynote at the ICISF World Congress and addressing the Honor Guard at the International Association of Firefighters Memorial. She homeschooled her 3 children without ever succumbing to pressure to wear Birkenstocks and now lives with her husband whom she shamelessly manipulated into falling in love with her. He obliged by sweeping her off her feet with a large broom. They now reside in Michigan.