ABOUT BOOK: Josh Harrison, a contemporary Christian singer, and his wife Bethany face a difficult decision that also tests their faith. A rupture in Beth's carotid artery leaves her on the brink of death even as she's pregnant with their first child. While Dr. Ben Abrams urges her to terminate the pregnancy to save her own life, she and Josh step out on faith and decide to carry the baby to full term

During the next few months, Josh struggles with his faith, Beth hides a secret that may destroy their marriage. She also discovers a decades-old connection to Dr. Abrams that could change his life forever.

ABOUT AUTHOR: Kathy Harris is an author by way of a divine detour into the Nashville entertainment business. She graduated with a B.S. in Communications from Southern Illinois University and has spent the past two decades employed as a marketing director in the Nashville music industry. Abingdon Press released her fiction debut, The Road to Mercy, in September 2012. Kathy regularly interviews literary and music guests on her blog at You can visit her author site at



1. If you had to identify the time or moment in your life when you felt the most free, when was it?

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For me it was when I was younger. I was not aware of the dangers and sanctity of life. I could enjoy the moment without worries.  I had my family, friends, food and a place to stay and all was right in my world.

Right now (kind of)  :)  I have time off work for the first time in 13 years.  I almost don't know what to do with myself except i have plans to be lazy with the family and read and put together puzzles and ... be lazy  :) 

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We spent a summer living in a camping trailer. While we were limited in what we had, we werewe're ble to know we had all we needed. This was truly a freeing feeling that stays with me to this day. 

I have always thought this, but I felt most free the year after I graduated college.  Although I entered the workforce right away, I didn't have to worry about working and going to school at the same time.  I was single and all my time was my own.  I love my life now, but there are definitely demands that need to be met with selfless sacrifice.

Now.  I feel free now.  2 years post separation from an abusive husband.  

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I'd probably say now is my most free moment in time, other than childhood. I am retired so am no longer under the tyranny of a work schedule. My children are adults so do not have the responsibility of caring for young children. I am not burdened by ill health or financial issues. I am content and blessed!

Not really a stranger but someone at my then church that I didn’t know well. Our youth group had planned a mission trip to West Virginia for the summer after I graduated high school. I was struggling to come up with the money I needed. My mom and dad didn’t have extra money. A lady in the church felt God telling her to offer me enough money for the trip. I was a little embarrassed but was thankful. The trip meant a lot to me and hopefully the people we served.

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 The time that I felt the most free was when I was a small child.

All my needs were taken care of and I didn't have a worry in the world.

1. I felt most free at age6 I believed in myself, felt safe in the world for the most part.....had a little anxiety but very small amounts. It was a freeing time in my life

I definitely felt the most free when I was younger.  That would have to have been before my parents split up when things were just simpler.  


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