Bridging Heaven and Earth (Talk on CD) *
Author: Meg Johnson
I know what you're thinking: how can I add family history to my already full to-do list when it takes me forever just to push up a ramp in my wheelchair? Okay, maybe you weren't thinking the part about the ramp, but I know it's difficult to find the oomph to research names even though every talk on family history makes you feel guilty. But I've learned that our ancestors are standing at a chasm they can't cross—they can't progress. As we build bridges of baptism, endowment, and sealing for them, they are quick to return the favor. And wheelchair ramps or not, I know we're all struggling with an uphill climb, so in this CD I tell you about the angels I discovered who were ready to give me a push and lighten my load when I lengthened my to-do list with family history. In this talk, you'll hear lighthearted, funny, heartfelt, and inspiring true stories of angels, miracles, and the spirit of Elijah. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll be oh-so-ready to add "build a bridge" to your to-do list.
About the Author:
MEG JOHNSON has motivated tens of thousands of people across the globe with her motto: When life gets too hard to stand, just keep on rollin'! Meg broke her neck in 2004 and spent four months in the hospital recovering multiple injuries; she returned home without the use of her legs, back, stomach, or hands - a quadriplegic. In the time since she was paralyzed, Meg has competed in the national Ms. Wheelchair America pageant in New York and founded and directs the Ms. Wheelchair Utah pageant. Her speaking and writing inspire people of all abilities, and her newsletter,Meg's Monthly Message, is read around the world. She loves service and volunteers weekly at a hospital. Many of Meg's accomplishments have been seen in newspaper, magazine, and news broadcasts. Her greatest joy is being a wife to her husband, Whit, and a mother to their beautiful daughter, Zula Mae.
and earned her BA in English. She was fortunate to do an internship for the University of Utah's Continuum magazine, where she learned to edit and write articles in the "real" world. Shortly after graduation, she was hired by a curriculum publisher to write and edit concept and biography books for children. She Covenant Communications.