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The Miracle Chase: Three Women, Three Miracles, and a Ten Year Journey of Discovery and Friendship

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What exactly is a miracle? That's the question three women try to answer when one of them faces a sudden tragedy. In the process, they transform a simple friendship into a powerful spiritual odyssey.
Recent polls reveal that while most Americans believe in miracles, few feel that a miracle could happen for them. Joan, Katie, and Meb were no exception, yet each had e
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published November 2nd 2010 by Sterling Ethos
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Marilynn Dillon
Jun 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A wonderful journey between three friends that attempt to explain “coincidences” that happen in each of their lives that took them to extensive research that included travels and encounters with amazing people while deepening their faith and their relationship with each other.
Dec 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a truly beautiful book about the power of miracles and unwavering friendships. It’s the perfect book to read during the holiday season. I highly recommend it. It’s heartwarming. I may read it again next Christmas.
DeeAnn Jeremiah
Dec 27, 2018 rated it liked it
Loved the stories about the ladies and their friendship! The miracle aspect was good, but not as good as hearing how friends do life together - and stay connected!
Mar 25, 2011 rated it it was ok
I was hoping for much more from this book. As a natural skeptic of miracles in the first place, I was excited to read (or really, misled) that these women actually did in-depth research for what actually constitutes as a "miracle," but not much of their research was ever really fully communicated in the book. Most of the book was personal back story which was written in a tripe and uninteresting manner, the chapters were also organized in a piece meal fashion that got confusing and was irritable ...more
Ballan Campeau
May 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Interesting review of a series of events in three women's lives (the authors') that stretch limits of chance. Also reviews of related topics from various religions concerning definitions of and instances of miracles.

Had trouble with the topic and my own religious status. Still interesting though.
Dec 05, 2010 rated it really liked it
Interesting book about three women who chose to explore miracles and as a result form a ten year long friendship. The book not only explores miracles but also the life experiences these women go through. For the most part I was absorbed by this topic but it did get a little wordy (boring) near the end...I imagine a very interesting book for those with a Catholic background. Insightful...
Therese Rose
Apr 09, 2013 rated it liked it
I had the pleasure of meeting two of the three authors of this book. I felt compelled to read it. I applaud these three women and friends for their dedication and perseverance in the ten years it took to write this book together.
Jun 24, 2012 rated it liked it
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Interesting research on the history of miracles. The personal stories are the best part. I like that the three authors had such different ways of approaching the subject of miracles.
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Joan Luise Hill has spent over twenty-five years in the health care industry as an executive in health care services and insurance plans. Joan’s introduction to miracles evolved as a series of coincidences that ultimately could not be ignored. As co-author of the book, The Miracle Chase and upcoming 2021 release, The Miracle Collectors, Joan has made numerous radio and television appearances and c ...more

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