Are you confused about death and Heaven? When Lightning Strikes book review is about a wonderful recount and reflection on the hereafter!
Kay Brunson tells us that her husband, Bobby Brunson, was hit by lightning and crumbled dead almost 30 recorded minutes, just to return with a remarkable, life-altering flash of life after death.
On this book, he describes his journey to Heaven and shares his viewpoint on death. Bobby tells his story to people in ceremonies, hospitals, civic gatherings, and any other suitable occasion.
Crowds have seen his expression of satisfaction when talking about Jesus. His passion for sharing his trip to Heaven with others is catching, and his everyday trust in God about the realities of daily living is real.
This work is a note of faith for the terminally ill, a word of peace for those who lost loved ones, and a writing that shares his anticipation to seeing the Lord again.
Bobby’s message is not new, but quite simple:
God loves us all the same way.
The narrative of Bobby walking on shiny streets, speaking with his deceased dad, and holding hands with Jesus is an assurance to dealing with death and its disconforts.
Kay has watched it all while Bobby talked with people and witnessed their enthusiasm with the man who met Jesus. His story never fails to touch everyone, and it won’t fail to touch you.
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Bobby Brunson is a native Charlestonian and his wife, Kay, of 46 years was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
They have two adult children and 3 grandchildren. All reside in Charleston, SC. Bobby and Kay both attended college in Charleston and went on to start three businesses.
Bobby was in the Coast Guard when he met Kay at church. They are charter members of Cathedral of Praise Church, which was founded in their home with Pastor Mike Lewis and where they still attend and serve.
Bobby retired as a conductor with CSX Railroad after some 25 years. Kay continues to run the family business, BOC Oil Company, Inc. Bobby and Kay have spoken in many states and numerous churches.
They have been involved in helping small group marriage classes and Kay has taught adult Sunday school classes, small groups and continues to serve on the board at Cathedral Academy.