All the Way to Heaven

A Surprising Faith Journey

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For fifty years, in best-selling books and memorable articles, Elizabeth Sherrill has written the stories of people such as Corrie ten Boom, Brother Andrew, and David Wilkerson. Now, for the first time, she shares her personal pilgrimage. 

With honesty, humor, and insight, Elizabeth traces her journey from an agnostic upbringing, through clinical depression, to a stunning encounter with God. Written with a rare literary finesse, this spiritual journey will touch believers as no other book has and will give them an inspiring vision of their eternal future in heaven.


Endorsements

"Ever since I worked with Elizabeth Sherrill on the writing of God's Smuggler, I've longed for her to tell her own story. She has done it at last-a modern Pilgrim's Progress that I believe will become an inspirational classic." -Brother Andrew, founder, Open Doors International

"The master ghostwriter steps from the shadows at last!" -Philip Yancey

"An elegantly written memoir, a fascinating story with wondrous glimpses of heaven." -Charles W. Colson, chairman, Prison Fellowship Ministries

"As Elizabeth walked me through her life's path, my heart was drawn closer to her Jesus and her heaven, which are mine too. I urge you to walk with one who is a master painter with words, into a reality more real than the earth itself." -Loren Cunningham, founder, Youth with a Mission

"Elizabeth Sherrill has the uncanny knack of always touching the heartstrings. In this 'song for thoughtful souls' she invites us to encouragement and expectancy." -Jack W. Hayford, founding pastor, chancellor, The Church on the Way


The Author

  1. Elizabeth Sherrill
    john sherrill

    Elizabeth Sherrill

    Elizabeth Sherrill (www.elizabethsherrill.com) and her husband, John, coauthored numerous bestsellers--classics such as The Hiding PlaceThe Cross and the Switchblade, and God's Smuggler. They were associated...

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