Reidsville, NC (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
The recent tragedies in Haiti followed by the earthquake and tsunami in Chile remind us once again of our mortality. But we don’t have to be living abroad to face the tragedies of death. With a reported 2,420,000 deaths in the U.S. per year, there are an average of 6,630 funerals held every day. No matter how many pills we take or workouts we do, death is something we all must face. That’s why Ted Hopkins’ new book, Life Stories – Healing and Hope in the Wake of Loss, is already helping so many. Ted shares his own story and the stories of five others to show readers how they can find life, love, and a future through the supernatural intervention of God.
"As a funeral director, I work daily with people who have been hit hard by death. They’re hurting, and many times they have no hope. That’s why I wrote 'Life Stories'—to show people how they can find healing for their deepest wounds and freedom from the cruel world of loss and disappointment. As you read the stories of others that have endured tragedy and loss, you will discover the practical, radical, supernatural, redemptive hand of God.” – Ted Hopkins, CFSP
"It is refreshing to see someone with faith handle the delicate subject of death. I pray this book brings healing to a lot of hurt and disappointed people and that it positions them to taste Divine justice." - Bill Johnson, Senior Pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, NC
Ted has also integrated a Life Stories Blog on his website so that you can find healing and restoration through sharing your own life story. Subscribe and contribute at: http://www.lifestories.cc.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ted Hopkins, CFSP, has brought life and healing to bereaved families and individuals for almost 20 years at Wilkerson Funeral Home, where he is currently employed as the General Manager and funeral director. This fourth-generation family-owned business gives him a platform to console, counsel, and encourage thousands who are dealing with death. Ted resides with his wife April and his three daughters—Louisa, Amelia, and Bess—in Reidsville, North Carolina.
Life Stories is a publication of HigherLife Publishing. To receive a review copy or to arrange an interview with Ted Hopkins, please contact Joanna Puello at media(at)ahigherlife(dot)com or 407.563.4806.