Award-winning author Annette Hubbell asks the question: “Who should get credit for your good work? And does it matter?” If you could have asked the seventeen world changers in her new book, “Eternity through the Rearview Mirror,” they would have said YES it matters. These greats all had something in common: they gave credit to God for their good works. Hubbell’s first book, “A Spoonful of Grace: Mealtime Blessings in Bite-Sized Pieces,” was awarded the 2018 Illumination Silver Medal in the Family/Parenting Division for exemplary Christian Writing.
Ever wonder what makes a world changer tick?
Pull up a seat and make yourself comfortable; you’re about to have a heart-to-heart with once-ordinary people who discovered the secret to living an extraordinary life. “Eternity through the Rearview Mirror: How Simple Faith Changes Everything-Seventeen Extraordinary Lives” is a collection of spellbinding conversations with historical figures who invite you to experience the transformative power of ordinary faith.
Meticulously researched, you’ll go deep into the why’s of history. Do you know:
- What Abraham Lincoln’s last words were?
- That Johnny Cash, with a theology degree, wrote “The Man in White” about the apostle Paul?
- That C. S. Lewis wrote a best seller from a word picked out of a hat, on a dare?
Hubbell brings out their personalities as these characters look back and reveal what God had prepared for them to do. As role models they inspire, motivate, and remind us all that with God, anything is possible.
“Seventeen remarkable lives. All uniquely gifted. All world-changers. All shaped by the grace of God. In ‘Eternity through the Rearview Mirror,’ Annette Hubbell uses creative first-person narrative to bring these characters to life in a way never seen before. This is a fascinating, informative and entertaining book.”
– Dr. Mark L. Strauss, Vice-Chair, NIV Committee on Bible Translation
“Behind every great storyteller is a great story. Annette Hubbell displays both elements in this masterful work. I hear each unique voice as Annette brings to life these remarkable seventeen world changers. The stories-from Galileo to Johnny Cash-are told with the drama of theater and the intimacy of conversation with a good friend. Annette combines the meticulous research of a scholar with the devotion of a Christian.”
– Marilyn McPhie, Pacific Region Director, National Storytelling Network
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