Fred G. Womack will be at Bay Books from 1:00-3:00 on Saturday, May 17th to sign his book, Kim: A Dying Child’s Spiritual Legacy
Kim: A Dying Child’s Spiritual Legacy is an autobiographical account of how a six-year-old girl was diagnosed with terminal cancer and how her father coped with the shock and trauma of it all. The illness, the death, and the fathomless depths of anguish that followed are not sidestepped in this volume, but are described as accurately as author Fred G. Womack was capable of doing. As the great trial got underway, Womack had a good idea of what he might expect of people in the face of the challenges before them. But in all honesty, he did not know what he might expect of God. Of course, he knew that God had done some extraordinary things for people in the Bible who found themselves in various predicaments. All the same, he had no assurance that God would provide any comparable help to his daughter and family in their painful plight. At this time, Fred Womack's Christianity was much like that of a hypothesis that had never been tested. Be that as it may, early in the illness it became clear that the worst thing that had ever happened to his family would be the occasion for spiritual revelations that would amaze and enthrall himself and his ill daughter to the degree that they would ameliorate the anguish being felt-and occasionally fully compensate the emotional suffering that was so devastating. After the daughter's death, God continued to bring to the father's attention many inexplicable spiritual manifestations, all of which correlated in some way with the spiritual happenings that took place during his daughter's illness.
Fred G. Womack is an ordained minister who pastored six local churches across a time frame of forty years. He holds a bachelor of science in education with a major in biological sciences, a master of divinity with a major in New Testament theology, and a doctor of ministry with concentration in the pastoral area. He is the author of Untaught and Unlearned Knowledge, an apologetic treatise on the substance and operations of faith, published by Writer's Club Press in 2002. He is married and has three living children and six grandchildren.
For more information about this event or to reserve your copy of Kim: A Dying Child’s Spiritual Legacy please contact Bay Books at 228.463.2688
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