90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper

90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper

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90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper is a true story of Death and Life. I’m a Christian, so I have always had a belief in heaven. I know it’s out there somewhere in some form. Since I was little, I’ve heard stories of pearly gates and angels and harps and St. Peter. I know it’s where I’ll go when I die.  Like most people, I don’t think about coming back from there but that’s what happened to Don Piper.

90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper

Don Piper was on the way home from a seminar when his car was hit by a tractor-trailer truck. He did instantly. The emergency people at the scene pronounced him dead and covered him with a tarp to deal with later. A pastor stopped at his car to pray for him after being told to by God. When Don Piper, began to sing along with the hymns the pastor was singing, he was amazed and ran for help. The emergency people didn’t want to believe that Don Piper was alive several hours after being pronounced dead, but he was.

Don Piper remembers nothing between being hit by the truck and waking up in heaven. He was surrounded by friends and relatives who had died, and he’s surrounded by the most incredible sights and sounds he’s ever seen. Then, just as suddenly he was back in the car again and heading to the hospital.

90 Minutes in Heaven is the story of what happened and what he had to endure both physically and mentally as he recuperated.  This movie edition of the story includes a new preface from Don, real stories from readers about the effect 90 Minutes in Heaven has had on their lives, and more.

The movie version of this book releases in theaters everywhere September 11, 2015. It is rated PG-13 (for intense accident and injury images).

Starring Hayden Christensen (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Kate Bosworth (Remember The Titans, Blue Crush) Michael W. Smith, Fred Thompson, Dwight Yoakam, and Jason Kennedy, 90 Minutes In Heaven is based on the inspiring New York Times best-selling book that has sold 7 million copies.

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Giving Films is passionate about sharing hope-filled movies and donating ALL of their profits to charities and ministries who serve those in need. Beginning with their first film, 90 Minutes In Heaven, Giving Films is allowing all of us to be a part of making a difference. Anytime you go to a Giving Films movie in theaters, visit http://www.givingfilms.com and select which charities you want to receive the profits from your ticket. Their charitable organizations are Christian Alliance for Orphans, Faith Bridge Foster Care, Hire Heroes USA, Hope International, LifeWater, Street Grace, and World Vision.

One of my readers will win a copy of this book.

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  1. I have to admit that when I first heard of this, I was skeptical. But, I am also very open minded, and believe this could totally be true. I love that when you visit the site, it mentions how other people have left comments and stories about how this affected their own life- I think that’s very powerful, and great that this story can influence so many people.

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