|About the Book|
What does the mind have to do with the body and the spirit? Regardless of what type of health issue you may be dealing with, you are sure to encounter a vast array of information with the advancement of technology. How much of it actually helps? InMoreWhat does the mind have to do with the body and the spirit? Regardless of what type of health issue you may be dealing with, you are sure to encounter a vast array of information with the advancement of technology. How much of it actually helps? In My Journey to Wholeness, Samantha Chopin Amos pours out her heart in testimony of the winding paths that she has traveled with God upholding her every step of the way—even through the moments when she wanted to die. Medical and holistic health measures failed to provide the answers. Amos shows how the God of the impossible can reach through our tragedies and give us the healing touch in every part of our being—spirit, soul, and body. The author invites readers who may be suffering with illness or hard situations in life to look at God—not through our pain, not through our diagnosis, not through our circumstances but as He really is. God is our Creator and our Father, so He is the only one who is truly able and willing to provide healing in its entirety.What Others Say aboutMy Journey to Wholeness“My Journey to Wholeness helped create an enhanced understanding on what life can bestow upon you. Every page of the book produced highlighting moments, which captivated my attention. This book is a definite go-to read when difficult times have overcome your life.”Bobbie Cormier, Atlanta, Georgia“My Journey to Wholeness is an inspiring testimony of overcoming adversity by trusting in God and His promises. Samantha’s perseverance, dedication, tenacity, perspiration, and tears have led her to be an Overcomer! The truths shared in the book should be practiced by all believers so they can be Overcomers too!”Audra Faulkner, For My Life Program Director, Be In Health™ Global MinistrySAMANTHA CHOPIN AMOS was born in Marrero, Louisiana. She graduated from The University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1988 with a B.S. Degree in Computer Science. She also graduated from Ever Increasing Word Training Center, Ministerial Training Course in May 2013. Samantha resides in Lafayette, Louisiana, with her husband of 28 years, Valex Amos Jr. They have three children, Duke, Leah, and Seth, and one grandson, Ezek.