“…it’s kind of the Christian version of Eat, Pray Love.”

“I knew I had to buy this book once I heard about Kathy’s message over the internet and heard her on a radio interview. After reading the first five pages, I was already thinking this book is so amazing, everyone needs to read it! It’s the same message that I feel God has been getting to me and through me ever since I realized he did want me healed from chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia a few years ago, and so I asked him how to get healed! He essentially spoke the same things to me and put me on the same diet, as well as some extra steps needed for my particular case.
I handed the book to my husband and told him to read to where I was and he replied, “I don’t want to read right now.” But then I left him alone and he read past where I was and then looked me in the eye and said “This lady’s cool.” We both love her message.
Even just 15 pages of it is worth the investment. The bible says “Above all else seek wisdom.” And “My people perish for lack of knowledge.” Well, I think no matter what you’re trying to get well from, this book will help you. It’s already inspired me a lot. And it’s done something that I really think all books should do, but not that many do: It’s made me feel closer to God. I feel like it’s God holding out his heart of healing to us and hoping we will take it.
It describes her own personal journey, and she has lead an extraordinary and kind of shocking life! She’s really, really honest and open. She really pours her heart out in this book. I don’t think many authors let you in this much to their heart. Hmm, it’s kind of the Christian version of Eat, Pray Love.
It also contains practical wisdom, and exemplifies a good mindset toward healing, which is rare to find in Christians and non-Christians alike. This book and her life are really quite a trip. The cover picture of a path in the woods is appropriate, because she’s made a path of healing for others to follow.
After I read the first 15 or so pages of it, I was crying, overwhelmed at her life and how she sought God, and how God responded as well. And a song started playing in my head that I think describes Kathy’s heart toward God: “Just to see you smile, I’d do anything that you wanted me to. When all is said and done, I’d never count the cost, it’s worth all that’s lost, just to see you smile.”  Kelly DeCamp

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  1. Carol Burk
    Oct 22, 2017 @ 18:52:14

    I love your book and cried after the Preface. I met your mother two weeks ago at a RVing Women Rally. I shared with her that I had a son who had been in prison for 16 years and is out now and educating himself about the world searching for the “truth”. He had been introduced to the House of Yahweh in prison and truly believes in this great organization. I have been and also believe in them and their mission. Curtis has also helped me realize I needed to change my diet and get off all medications. We bought your book and feel your Mother was led to us to help us on our journey. We bought a grounding sheet and pillowcase. Your book has so much to offer us and we will be sharing this with my son. I also have a mentally handicapped, Autistic son who is 44 and lives in a group home. The House of Yahweh is growing their own food. They teach the Peaceful Solution to all the schools in Laredo, Texas. I am working on getting it in Jasper, Texas. Thank you for getting your book out and for your wonderful mother. I hope to meet you someday. Carol Burk, carolannburk@msn.com

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