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With Her Last Breath - A Tale of Suicide and the Hope of Heaven - cover

With Her Last Breath - A Tale of Suicide and the Hope of Heaven

Barbara M. Roberts

Publisher: Morgan James Faith

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Summary

Suicide is of epidemic proportions in our society today.
Features a 26-page handwritten journal, left for family members following the Barbara Robert’s niece’s suicide.
Includes help for the one struggling with the possibility of suicide as well as family members dealing with the unidentified threat.
Shares warning signs for readers to be aware of
Weaves reminders of God’s love and faithfulness throughout the stories
Asks and answers the question: What do we do in a crisis?

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