Not Going to Die Here

Admitting that you're wrestling with depression or suicidal thoughts may not be the easiest thing to do as a Christian, but if you feel trapped in a sorrowful place, the way out has already been made. Not Going to Die Here, from The Song of Nadine, combines personal testimony, Scripture, and poetry to help you transition from sorrow into God's incomprehensible peace and unspeakable joy. More

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About Nadine Keels

Nadine. A French name, meaning, “hope.”
Spreading hope to her readers and listening audiences, author, editor, and speaker Nadine C. Keels of Seattle, Washington is well-known for The Song of Nadine, the powerful lyrical poetry seen in four of her several books and found on her spoken word album, Hope. Lyricized. Drawing from her lifelong passion for highly enjoyable and transformational fiction, Nadine has written a number of novels and novellas, including Love Unfeigned and The Movement of Crowns Series. In response to inquiries from other aspiring authors, Nadine put together a simple reference entitled Write Your Genius, Genius!: A Rather Quick Guide to Book Writing. Being the founder of Prismatic Prospects, a communication company based in Seattle, Nadine has served as editor and co-editor for a number of titles, and it is her aim to be a proven wellspring of inspiration for creativity and innovation in the marketplace.

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Admitting that you're wrestling with depression or suicidal thoughts may not be the easiest thing to do as a Christian, but if you feel trapped in a sorrowful place, the way out has already been made. Not Going to Die Here, from The Song of Nadine, combines personal testimony, Scripture, and poetry to help you transition from sorrow into God's incomprehensible peace and unspeakable joy.

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