Angels in the Fire Paperback

The Dramatic True Story of an Impossible Rescue

by Dann Stadler

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Angels in the Fire

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There was no way Dann and Tracey Stadler could avoid the drunk driver speeding toward them. Moments later, with Tracey trapped in their burning car, a lone figure walked out of the nearby woods and saved her from certain death. Seconds later, he was gone. But the disappearance of this stranger was not the end of God’s tangible intervention in their lives.

As the Stadlers struggled through gruelling recoveries and heartbreaking setbacks – even years after that fateful crash – the miracles and divine encounters continued. For the first time, the Stadlers share these incredible moments, offering an inspiring testimony to anyone enduring heartache and loss.
If you are facing hard times – if you need assurance that God still ministers through His angels today – let this true story provide the hope and encouragement you need.

Angels in the Fire by Dann Stadler was published by Baker in August 2013 and is our 14791st best seller. The ISBN for Angels in the Fire is 9780764211140.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherBaker (August 2013)
Number of Pages224
Thickness13 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4070381
Page last updated 28th August 2018
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