Christy and Kevin Beam were out of options for their daughter Annabel. Their precious little girl suffered from two life threatening and painful illnesses. There were no cures for Pseudo-Obstruction Motility Disorder and Antral Hypomotility Disorder. One day, however, that all changed when Annabel decided to climb a tree.
In December 2011, Annabel was playing with her sister in a tree in the backyard of their home in Burleson, Texas. Annabel was dangling off of a fragile branch, when she suddenly plummeted 30 feet through the hollow cottonwood tree. She hit her head three times on the way down. Yet, it what can only be described as a miracle, Annabel was removed from the tree without injury.
That’s not all.
Soon after her frightening tumble, Annabel was mysteriously healed of the chronic diseases that had plagued her her whole life. Three years later, she is still a picture of health.
That’s also not all.
A few days after Annabel was rescued from the tree, she told her parents that she had gone to Heaven. For the next few years, she would share more and more vivid details about her trip to the afterlife. Oh and as for that tree, the Beams carved a cross into its base, and when a storm knocked the tree down earlier this year, the trunk and the cross was the only part left standing.
Knowing her daughter's miraculous healing was too significant to keep to herself, Christy decided to put Annabelle’s amazing story into a book. She compiled all the notes and journal entries she had written during her daughter’s recovery to help her recall important facts. The result was “Miracles From Heaven: A Little Girl, Her Journey to Heaven, and Her Amazing Story of Healing”.
Come in and get the book today that tells this remarkable story before the release of the movie version starring Jennifer Garner, produced by Bishop T.D. Jakes, Joe Roth, and Devon Frank, the same Sony producing team behind “Heaven is For Real.” The motion picture "Miracle from Heaven" is scheduled for a March 2016 release.