“Why Am I Still Here?”

Book Cover   Life is filled with tragedy.  What happens when you’re the one left behind?  How can you go on?  Follow along with Shirley Faith Touchstone and Anita Dowty as they gather story after story detailing the answer to the all-important question, Why Am I Still Here?.  You’ll learn how God is at work in the lives of those who grieve.

   Why Am I Still Here? will help you understand what Jesus meant when he said, “Blessed are those who mourn.”

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7 Responses to “Why Am I Still Here?”

  1. sockerjo says:

    Thanks Mom and Anita for working so hard on this book. I did get my copy and have read it cover to cover. It was refreshing to read the stories of the people who contributed to the book along with your own personal insights into why and how we are to go on despite the arrows satan slings our way. I especially liked the scripture citings to back up the advice and encouragement that you provided to your grief share group and the readers of your book. I hope it will reach many more people that might be wondering for themselves, why am I still here? God bless you both!

    • Hi Terry, thank you so much for the great review. I’m so pleased that you loved the book. It was quite an experience for me, working on this book. Thank you for your precious stories. It’s so wonderful to see it on the shelf in a book store. WOW! Blessings.

  2. Smokey says:

    The book is very interesting and one you will not put down, once you start reading it. You want to know what it says in the next story. Thank you for putting together these stories and thoughts, to share with others. Really enjoyed it.

  3. sockerjo says:

    Even though Amazon website says they, and stores, are out of the book, it can still be purchased and they will order it through Anchor Distributing.

  4. Bobby D says:

    I’m looking forward to reading it! Love you

  5. myilovejesus says:

    This is so needed today! Not just spouses outliving each other, but parents outliving children and seniors outliving their friends …THANK YOU

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