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by Danielle C. Stammer

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ISBN:
1449748309
Author:
Danielle C. Stammer
Category:
Worship & Devotion
Language:
English
Publisher:
WestBowPress (April 26, 2012)
Pages:
108 pages
EPUB book:
1543 kb
FB2 book:
1397 kb
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1796 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
644


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KRCG may be airing our story about the Joplin and Jefferson City tornadoes tonight at 6 or possibly later this week. We fared much better this time, only losing one tree. But, we hope our experience and advice will help others as they struggle through the latest tornado outbreak.

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Danielle C. Stammer reveals how her family survived at St. John's Hospital and recounts the emotions and choices . Singing Over Me weaves fear and trust with grief and healing. It is honest and inspiring, offering hope for any loss. John's Hospital and recounts the emotions and choices they made to get their family through the tornado and the following days, weeks, and months. It is a journey of renewal and growth in the midst of heart-wrenching losses.

Read "Singing over Me A Joplin Tornado Survivor's Journey" by Danielle C. . It is honest and inspiring, offering hope for any loss

The wind had gotten strong, fast.

The 2011 Joplin tornado was a catastrophic EF5-rated multiple-vortex tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri, late in the afternoon of Sunday, May 22, 2011

The 2011 Joplin tornado was a catastrophic EF5-rated multiple-vortex tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri, late in the afternoon of Sunday, May 22, 2011. It was part of a larger late-May tornado outbreak and reached a maximum width of nearly 1 mile (. km) during its path through the southern part of the city.

The wind had gotten strong, fast. The path it left changed the city and its inhabitants forever

The wind had gotten strong, fast.

Surviving the 2011 Joplin, Missouri tornado! Her guest will be one of the bravest moms in the world!. Danielle C. Stammer, Author of "Singing Over M. More from Baby and Toddler Instructions. 11-29-2017 Baby and Toddler Instructions Welcomed Connir Gruning from.

The wind had gotten strong, fast. Danielle watched her husband hunched over, struggling against the wind to get to safety, only to realize safety wasn't safe . . . On May 22, 2011, Joplin, Missouri, was hit by a tornado, historic in size. The pat
  • Ynonno
This is a short little book drawing on the author's memories of the Joplin tornado that destroyed most of their town, and the impact that it had on the author's faith and life. It's an honest and forthright telling of her story, which I appreciate, but the construction of the book didn't appeal to me. I think I would have enjoyed a chronological narrative better that this style of interspersing flashbacks of the storm into the family's story. The book isn't long enough to get to know the people involved very well and the story just sort of ends! I would've like a bit more book in this book.
  • from earth
I really enjoyed reading this book. It tells the human side of the Joplin tornado tragedy. Danielle and family survived the tornado and another tragedy (which I won't give away) in late spring 2011. Learning how they coped was interesting and tugged at my heart. My only criticism is that I would have liked a little more detail.

As a meteorologist, I wish to comment on one sentence of the book. It states that Jefferson City, MO will not experience a tornado because of the hills near the city and the Missouri River. That is not true. These tornado myths are common across the country and they are dangerous. A tornado goes where it wants to go regardless of topography.

Thank you, Danielle, for telling your story and the story of your family!

Disclosure: I'm the author of "When the Sirens Were Silent" How the Warning System Failed a Community which tells the story of the flawed tornado warnings for that storm. We learn in the third chapter of "Singing Over Me" the faulty warnings caused the Stammer family, which was in their car heading out of town, to turn turn back south into the path of the tornado.
  • Kirizius
Didn't care for the way the story jumped from May 22 to the present every other chapter. Otherwise a good story.
  • Thabel
Was a gift
  • Agalen
I bought the Kindle version last night, and I've already finished it. Danielle paints a true picture of what it's like to be a survivor. Less than a month before the Joplin tornado, during the April 27, 2011 super outbreak in Alabama, I survived an EF5 that left nothing but the foundation and floor of our house intact. I can relate to so much of Danielle's experiences - the mixed emotions of grief over her losses and gratefulness over her survival, the terror of not knowing if her family had survived, and the struggles to create a new "normal" in a world where nothing was the same. Thank you Danielle for having the courage to share your story with the world. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand what it's like to survive the unthinkable and to any fellow survivor who needs to know that they are not alone in what they are feeling.

Jennifer Adair
Author of Sheltered By God: A Year in the Life of an April 27, 2011 Tornado Survivor
  • Ironfire
Good book from what I understand is a young girl. She has a future in writing if she is who she says she is. I haven't finished the book yet, but it is very well written; and tells a lot of things that she went through and saw that night and days after the storm.
  • Kabandis
The author does a great job of telling about her family's terrifying experience with the tornado. I love how honest she is about her struggles and fears, confessing how she had to let go of anger towards her husband and moving towards God in the experience. It's hard to put down.
LOOKS VEY INTERESTING. SORRY DID NOT HAVE A CHANCE TO READ IT YET.