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Into the Fog: This Can't Be God's Plan! by Lara Easting
Description"I consider it one of the great honors of my career to have been involved in Lara's care. Her injuries were some of the worst I have ever seen, and her recovery has been nothing short of miraculous. But it is not her bones and her body that inspire. It is her soul. Watching the transformation of her attitude and her spirit was like watching the morning sun rise over the ocean. From a great depth, a blinding light emerges. Enjoy the sunshine"(Dr. Marlin Bolling, MD). When an enormous tree falls nearly killing her, Lara Easting, RN, struggles to hold on to life. As a nurse, she thinks she knows what it's like to be an ICU patient and what it takes to heal. She doesn't. Not knowing her days from nights, she feels more alone, confused, and afraid than she ever imagines possible. Why don't her nurses and doctors understand that while she's "unconscious," Lara can still hear them and desperately needs their reassurance? As she slips further into darkness and despair, it becomes more important than ever for her to find the will she needs to survive. At the end of her rope in a rare lucid moment, Lara calls out to God. What happens next changes her life. Into the Fog: This Can't Be God's Plan!is the story of one nurse's struggle to find hope, faith, and purpose when nothing is left of life but pain and confusion. It is also a story of miracles, available to everyone willing to open their hearts to love. Into the Fog will change your life --if you're grieving and can't get past the pain, --if you're wondering if God is real and answers prayers, or --if you're a healthcare professional wanting to know the most important thing you can do to give hope to your patients. Paperback, 354pp Lara Easting, RN, author and main character of Into the Fog- This Can't be God's Plan! has a Bachelor's degree from Emory University and thirty years' experience as a registered nurse and mental health counselor. She has also been a motivational speaker and wellness educator. A mother to one son, she lives on six wooded acres overlooking a mountain in a log cabin with her husband, dog, and four cats. A former agnostic, she is uniquely qualified to share her message of faith, love, and hope.
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