Are you walking through a devastating loss? The dark night of grief can come from the loss of a loved one, job, finances, move, or end of a relationship.
When my husband died, all I could see was darkness in front of me, and it was difficult to have hope, at first. May my journey inspire you to know our story is not over just because “life as we knew it” has ended.
Looking back over these past few years, not much in my circumstances has changed. I am still a widow with five kids, but I have grown and come out with a story to tell of an ever-present God who is with us in the darkest of nights and guides us into the morning.
Through my journey, you will discover how to…
•experience peace in the middle of painful circumstances.
•overcome fear and anxiety about the future.
•walk through hard things knowing God is with you.
•anticipate and look for God sightings.
•be encouraged and strengthened through spiritual dreams and supernatural experiences God uses to guide you.
•arise from the ashes into a new day.
When God’s presence lit up my darkness, THEN CAME THE MORNING!
Heather West is a mother of five children with her late husband, Nathan West. The four boys and one girl were ages ten down to one when he passed away, at the age of thirty-eight. She met her late husband in college where she earned a double major in business and psychology.
Heather has spent the last 20+ years serving thousands of inmates and their families each year as the Regional Manager of her family’s bail bonding business, in the Central Florida area, where she resides. She is also a real estate investor. This is her first book.