Our book Walk Through Fire is available! The journey of writing this book has been filled with grace, love, patience, and prayer. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed writing it.
On August 20, 1999, David Bowers was scheduled to be off work. However, plans changed and so did everything else that day when a horrific industrial gas plant explosion burned over 94 percent of his body and left him facing a 125 percent mortality rate. This unexpected tragedy turned Carly and David Bowers’ comfortable world upside down. While this story does involve tragedy, that is not the theme of their lives or this book. Through darkness and shadows and many unknowns, they have found victory and hope. Their story is a message of healing and of growing closer to God and to each other. What emerges from this tragic accident is a unique perspective on hope, joy and faith in God. Walk Through Fire is a poignant reminder that you will find hope, even when you can barely see where the next step in life will lead.
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“What an extraordinary writing for a first time writer. Words cannot explain how I felt as I read about the tragedy my niece and nephew experienced. Yes we would hear bits and pieces during family gatherings but to read the whole story was a whole different experience. The pain, love and faith that this family held onto is amazing. We all have or are going through heart breaking events in our lives and this book I can admit has given me things to hold onto with Gods help. Love to the whole family and I know God will continue to hold you all in His hands.” Janet Grosse
“My husband and I just finished this book and it was AMAZING! We couldn’t put it down. The Bowers told their story with such sincere, raw honesty that it drew us into their world and caused us to feel like we were riding the emotional, touch and go roller coaster with them. Their faith in God is inspiring and gives such hope and encouragement. The joy of the Lord is evident in the amazing lives of David and Carly.” Theres Anderson
“David and Carly Bowers went through so much when he had his accident. But they truly had a strong faith. The book is a testimony to their faith in God and in the faith of their Christian family and friends.” Joan R. Wheeler