The Ultimate Step

"Christians do not experience death as do others who are not of the Christian faith."

"Christians do not die alone or forsaken."

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About This Book

  • This book has taken a career of research and reflection to write. Its purpose is to provide comfort and hope to the grieving amid the reality of death and to serve as a resource for others ministering to the grieving.

    The people whose stories are documented in this book are people I have known and loved. Only a few of the names are masked for the privacy of the families involved. One story is the blend of two families who faced almost identical situations and were blended for the same reason. All of the visions and testimonies of the individuals facing death are exactly as I remember them with no literary liberties taken.

    My commitment to these individual's exact words is uncompromised as my great concern is to stand no other but our Lord Jesus Christ as pre-eminent, loving, and faithful. May He alone be the focus of every reading of this book.

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About The Author

Dr. T. Logan Smith

Dr. Smith has served as the pastor of local churches across the State of Georgia and in Kentucky for more than 40 years. He has also served as an adjunct professor in Biblical studies as well as a staff writer for a popular Christian publication.

Dr. Smith is a graduate of Mercer University and received his Masters of Divinity and Doctorate in Ministry from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He has also studied abroad at the Tantur Institute for Advanced Theological Studies in Jerusalem, Israel.

Dr. Smith has been married to his loving wife Carol for nearly 50 years with whom he has both a son and a daughter. He enjoys multiple sports and hobbies including hunting, fishing and woodworking.

Dr. T. Logan Smith

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