In 1992, Neale Donald Walsch—depressed, in poor health, unhappy with his life—wrote an angry letter to God. His frustrated questions—What does it take to make life work? What have I done to deserve a life of such continuing struggle?—poured out onto a yellow legal pad. Before he was through, his pen stayed suspended over the paper, and a reply was whispered into his mind by a voiceless voice:"Do you really want an answer to all these questions, or are you just venting?"
So began an uncommon conversation—a powerful, inspiring dialogue between God and man that has touched the minds, hearts, lives, and souls of millions of people around the world.
Communion with God is the latest in a series of books chronicling Walsch's extraordinary experience.