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To Heaven and Back is a book I wrote about my spiritual journey and the near-death experience I had in 1999 while kayaking in the Los Rios region of southern Chile. I wrote it because more than anything I want people to know that God’s unconditional love for each of us is intense, complete, and is reflected in all of Heaven. Before we return to Heaven, our real home, we have an incredible opportunity on Earth to face challenges that will help us learn, grow and to become more Christ-like in the fruits of our spirit. Our time is so short that we need to be about God’s business every day.

Praise for To Heaven and Back

I recently lost my 23 year old son and I cannot express how much hope and comfort your book gave me. ~ Janine

What Mary and those like her have experienced are gifts from somewhere, given not just to them. She gives it back to us disguised as a simple offering. She doesn't baffle the reader with melodrama, hyperbole, fantasy, or excessive adjectives. She tells her st…

Kayaking Accident Sends Woman to Heaven and Back- Dr. Mary Neal's Story


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Stock markets tumble as gloomy forcasts from U.S. and China add to Eurozone financial crisis

French, German and Spanish indicators all fell sharply in early trade
Falls also recorded in Japanese and South Korean markets as world economy wavers

PUBLISHED: 04:24 EST, 4 June 2012 | UPDATED: 04:24 EST, 4 June 2012

Europe's leading stock markets dropped sharply at the start of trading today, amid growing concerns for the world economy.
With London closed for the jubilee bank holiday, the German blue-chip DAX stock index fell below the key psychological level of 6,000 points for the first time since January at the start of trading.

The DAX opened at 5,976.46 points, down 73.83 points or 1.2 per cent from the close on Friday.

Downward movement: A woman passes an electronic board outside a brokerage in Tokyo today. Japan's shares fell sharply in early trade

In a note to investers, brokers at LBBW said: 'Surprisingly weak economic data from U.S., China and Europe are fuelling…