Janine Milliken Shares How She Found, "Eternity in My Heart"

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Book illustrates how one grieving mother found peace, hope out of utter despair, sorrow.

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The love between a child and parent is very precious. But what happens when a parent loses a child for reasons beyond anyone’s control? This is exactly what happened to Janine Milliken. In “Eternity in My Heart: Comfort for Grieving Parents” (published by WestBow Press), Milliken details how she lost her children and how she survived the ordeal, and hopes to encourage and inspire others who have lost a loved one.

Milliken was involved in a car accident in 2003 where she lost her two children and her mother-in-law. She was a Christian before the accident, and she could not reconcile God to her accident. This is her journey of how she came back to God after 14 years.

A touching book about human courage and perseverance, “Eternity in My Heart” gives comfort for anyone going through the darkest days of their lives and offers hope to live another day, to learn, to love and be loved.

“I am trying to deal with a traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, and grief,” says Milliken. “This is my journey, and it will illustrate to you how I found peace and hope out of utter despair and sorrow.”

“Eternity in My Heart: Comfort for Grieving Parents”
By Janine Milliken
Softcover | 5x8in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781512796810
E-Book | 110 pages | ISBN 9781512796803
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Janine Milliken is 43 and is married to Jonathon Milliken. She lost two of her children and mother-in-law from a car accident back in 2003. “Eternity in My Heart” is her journey of how she came back to God after 14 years. She is a grieving mother of four.

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