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 experienced something extraordinary: Joan's son had survived a catastrophic illness. Katie had, perhaps with the aid of Divine intervention, escaped serial killer Ted Bundy. And Meb's 6-month-old daughter had suffered abuse and was now blind; she coped through the power of prayer and faith.Katie was a skeptic, Meb a believer, and Joan struggled to mediate faith and doubt. "The Miracle Chase" is a story of how these three friends tried to discover what religions around the world have to tell us about miracles, why some people are blessed with miracles when others aren't, and how anyone could believe in miracles in an age of science.
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 currently travels extensively speaking to groups providing inspirational messages on writing, life changes and miracles. She is on the Board of Trustees of St. Mary’s High School in Lynn, MA an inner city Catholic school, and a member of the Council of Women at Boston College. Joan holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Connecticut, and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Boston College.