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More Glimpses of Heaven: Inspiring True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey

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Hospice nurse and "New York Times "bestselling author shares a new collection of true end-of-life stories that give readers comfort and encouragement about Heaven.
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Published November 1st 2010 by Fleming H. Revell Company
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Trudy Harris worked as a hospice nurse for over 20 years. Each chapter of this book is a story about an individual that either she or one of her colleagues cared for in hospice. The stories are inspirational and filled with hope.

I also enjoyed Trudy's first book "Glimpses of Heaven."

Trudy has spent her life caring for patients near the end of their lives. She has a great deal of wisdom to share. She also seems like an angel on earth to the patients and families that she serves.

She is someone I
Grab a box of Kleenex, because you're going to need it when you read More Glimpses of Heaven: Inspiring True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey. Written by hospice nurse Trudy Harris, this book is full of brief stories about the end of life.

The stories are all poignant: the child with leukemia who keeps hanging on until he feels sure his mom can handle life without him, the many folks who see deceased friends and relatives - even Jesus - coming to "visit" shortly before they
Jesus says "I am with you always" and that includes our journey into death. A very comforting read.
Victor Gentile
Trudy Harris in her new book, "More Glimpses Of Heaven" Book Two in her Glimpses Of Heaven series published by Revell gives us more stories of in the final days and moments of the terminally ill and dying.

Trudy Harris was a hospice nurse for many years before she became president of the Hospice Foundation for Caring. With all these years of experience she has many stories to tell and associates who also have stories that give us a glimpse of those who are dying see just before they are ushered i
Paige Temby
This book was a very simple read. It was different accounts of what happens to patients, as a hospice nurse, while they are crossing from this life into Heaven. This book was so special to me as I began to see a pattern in how we cross over and who is there to help us ease into the thought of this. It was different with children then it was adults, none the less ALL people were given comfort in who the Lord sent over to help them cross over. I have never really looked at death as "peaceful or be ...more
Clockstein Lockstein

More Glimpses of Heaven by Trudy Harris is a poignant and inspirational book. Harris has collected stories from several hospice workers, as well as some writings of her own, of their experiences with patients who had unusual deaths. Each story is unique and beautiful in its own way. From a young boy dying from leukemia who is determined that his mother will be cared for after he's gone to a elderly soldier preparing to meet his Captain, there is a message of hope in every story of death. Christi
More Glimpses of Heaven is Trudy Harris's second book on death and dying. As a hospice nurse, she and other hospice nurses share touching, peaceful stories of people as they are dying and/or die. The experiences she shares are varied, interesting and touching. I was most struck by the peace that accompanies acceptance of one's dying state.

One reader said, "Hope, love, comfort, and peace fill each page." I agree.

This is a great resource for anyone who works with dying people as it will help her
As with her first book she has accomplished once again to bring the gift of One's final journey out to the open. She has accomplished again to bring back memories of all the blessings that Those on their journey had shared with me. And also the journey of all those in my life my loved ones that Have made the final journey home to our father. the ones that I expected and the ones not. I have lost my faith,as I said goodbye to my 17-year-old brother from a car accident I gained my faith back when ...more
Jan 07, 2013 Rayni rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Those facing their own death or death of a loved one.
Recommended to Rayni by: Series
I read Ms. Harris' first book & thought it was wonderful, but this second book is even better. In this book, she invites other hospice nurses to share some of their experiences. It gives a slightly different flavor to this book.

She explains there is a nurse, a volunteer, a chaplain, a social worker & a medical director all involved in the patient's day-to-day life. My mother has an aide that comes in 3 times a week to shower her & monitor her wounds (bed sores, etc.). Besides the man
Diane Jenison
A good book written by a hospice nurse. Relating stories of her and other hospice nurses and the experiences of their patients at the time of death. Very uplifting. I liked reading about the absence of fear when it was time to move on to heaven. The peacefulness with which the patients experienced during their last moments. I truly believe that when it is time to cross over, we are never alone. The stories tell of angels, loved ones and even Jesus Christ himself who appear at the time of death, ...more
Trudy Harris is a pretty amazing person to do what she does. Her stories are truly inspiring; however, it makes me wonder about the passing of those who were not so blessed as to have the faith and family around that the people that she writes about did.
Christine Pouliot-basnar
As my review for Trudy's first book, this is a wonderful read for ANY religion. It's moving stories of patients at the end of life is goof for any age reader!!! This is a must read for ALL hospice volunteers!!!
I've heard about hospice but never knew anyone who used them. So for that the book was interesting. It must take a lot of dedicated people to do that type of work.
Joan Parker
Inspiring stories of God's presence during the "cross over" to the next life with Him!
Wonderful book about the mysterious process of dying.
Simple but interesting.
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