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I'll Have It God's Way: DVD Companion to the Bible Study

Living Fully Now and Into Your Forever: Taking Control of End-of-Life Decisions

Hattie Bryant

9781632695093
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Deep River Books Llc
Overview

This is a DVD accompaniment to the Bible Study guide workbook, I'll Have It God's Way. To obtain the most benefit from this DVD study, please be sure you have a copy of the workbook for yourself and each person in your Bible Study group.

This study equips you with the biblical truth, healthcare facts, and practical steps you need to act on now, while you're still healthy, to prepare you to live fully all the way to heaven. In I'll Have It God's Way, you'll be guided gently through the necessary steps to take you from a vague idea of what you want to an applicable plan to make it happen.

By the time you complete the study, you will have decided on a medical proxy, created an advance care directive, and even created a video to give to those in your circle of care. Your family, friends, clergy, and physicians will have the information they need to understand and honor your wishes in your final days. You'll have put all the tools in place to make your intentions a reality, one manageable step at a time.

Author Bio

Hattie Bryant has been talking for a living since 1979. When she turned 60 in 2010, she thought back to her mother's difficult death and decided she needed to figure out how to get herself a peaceful one. This research sent her to the USC Graduate School of Gerontology and into the confidence of America's healthcare professionals and thought leaders. In 2015, she released I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control of End-of-Life Decisions, which led to a lecture that airs on public television stations. Now, she has combined her research about end-of-life care with her lifelong faith to create a resource that will help Christians "live fully all the way to heaven:" I’ll Have It God’s Way.

Bryant made a career of educating adults long before I'll Have It My Way. She has trained business owners and employees through the development of educational materials, lectures in classrooms and conventions, and the long-running, made-for-PBS show Small Business School, which she created with her husband, Bruce Camber. She holds a bachelor's in journalism from Oklahoma Baptist University.