Appointments with Heaven by Dr. Reggie Anderson

Dr. Reggie Anderson shares his incredible life journey from a young boy growing up in rural Tennessee who loved God with all of his heart, to a young man attending college who begins to doubt the very existence of God after losing family to a brutal and senseless murder. But Reggie shows us that God wasn’t ready to give up on him yet, and reveals Himself to Reggie in the most incredible way- an open vision of heaven, and a promise from Jesus Christ Himself. After this experience, he eagerly rededicates his life to the Lord, and after finishing medical school, begins to share his faith and experience with dying patients and their families, bringing them a sense of peace they otherwise never would have had. And as they pass from this life to the next, Dr. Anderson can sense the powerful presence of God, and the thinness of the veil that separates us from Heaven.

In Appointments with Heaven, Dr. Anderson shows us the incredible beauty of heaven that he was fortunate enough to experience. He reveals that God’s presence is closer than we think, especially in those times that we need Him the most, and that at the end of it all, as followers and believers in Jesus Christ, we have something to look forward to in Heaven that is beyond description. This book blessed me and left me with an eager anticipation of rejoining my loved ones in Heaven, in the presence of our Creator and His perfect love. I highly recommend this book, especially for those who have lost loved ones or have a fear or doubt about what happens after death. A beautiful book that will inspire and strengthen your faith!

Rating: 5 stars


I received this book for free through the Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for an honest review.

3 thoughts on “Appointments with Heaven by Dr. Reggie Anderson

  1. Pingback: Free eBook Giveaway! 30 Daily Appointments with Heaven: Devotions to Bring the Hope and Joy of Heaven to Your Every Day | Epic Book Quest

  2. Johanna

    Glad you liked it too, Connie. I keep finding myself wanting to share it with others who are struggling with their faith or losing a loved one. It really is a beautiful book. 🙂 God bless!


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