Hope When the River Rages
Nancy Kaltenberger takes us with her on her journey of adversity and multiple near-death experiences, instilling the reader with great hope. Her journey of risk and rescue, struggle and strength, fear and faith with is written with tremendous honesty and raw emotion, captivating the reader and eventually bringing them to a place of personal peace. More
Nancy Kaltenberger experienced multiple near-death experiences within a few years that led her on a journey of risk and rescue, struggle and strength, and fear and faith. The book begins dramatically with her accident while shooting the rapids of the Poudre River in Colorado when she was trapped under the raft for a period of time while river rafting. Her blending of career with the personal adversity of atrial fibrillation, and related serious medical issues captivates the reader and brings them to the need for hope to keep going. Nancy navigates through family trials while trying to maintain a career as General Manager of a car dealership. This story is written with honesty and raw emotion which stirs the readers as they identify with her experiences and leads them to hope in a relationship with God.