Mary C. Neal, MD, author of To Heaven and Back, is featured in Christianity Today’s cover story on heaven in the December 2012 issue. Christianity Today examines the surge of interest in stories about personal encounters with heaven, such as Mary Neal chronicles in her New York Times #1 bestselling book. Neal further describes her experience in heaven in this web exclusive interview with Christianity Today Editor Mark Galli
Publisher’s Weekly introduced the new title of Most Reluctant Bestselling Author, awarding it to Dr. Mary Neal, author of bestseller To Heaven and Back. Read here to find out more about Dr. Mary Neal’s near-death experience and her subsequent mission to give hope and inspiration to others.
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Dr. Neal’s incredible story has become a #1 New York Times bestseller. Read more of Mary remarkable book here in the special sneak peek of chapter 9, in which Mary talks about the kayaak adventure in Chile, which ultimately led to her death.
Mary C. Neal, M.D., is featured in the July issue of Guideposts magazine. Click here to watch Guideposts’ video of Mary describing her death, experience in heaven and return to Earth as detailed in the New York Times #1 bestselling book
Mary C. Neal, MD, the author of The New Times bestseller To Heaven and Back, wrote a guest blog on the Huffington Post about the lesson she learned about gratitude and joy from her drowning experience while kayaking on a South American river.