James W. Meyer shares the story of losing loved ones and maintaining faith in new book.

Shawano, Wis. (PRWEB) October 13, 2015

Millions of people around the world experience the loss of someone close to them. Whether that is a family member, friend, or neighbor – death is bound to happen in life. It’s when death actually hits and the grief is overwhelming that individuals find it hard to maintain hope.

James W. Meyer, author of “God Knew,” knows what it is like to lose people he cares about the most. Even though it meant making personal sacrifices and receiving ridicule about his decision, Meyer began to take care of his health-challenged parents on a full-time basis, all while growing his career in the financial world.

“I took care of my parents during my adult years and actually had my parents living with me for years. I tried very hard to honor my parents and it was extremely painful for me when they passed,” Meyer said.

Shortly after his mother’s death, Meyer had a feeling deep inside that prompted him to write “God Knew” that not only shares of his own personal story, but shares encouragement to others who are experiencing what he did.

“I’ve walked the walk on what I wrote in the book. I believe we need a resurgence of family values and faith in God to turn our country around. God continues to bless me and I am thankful for the life I have, even if it’s not exactly the one I planned for,” Meyer said.

After reading “God Knew,” readers will grasp that God has a specific plan for their life and that relationships with God, family, and friends matter the most and will see you through the hard times in life.

For more information, visit http://www.godknewbook.com

“God Knew”
By: James Meyer
ISBN: 978-1-49086-563-8
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBowPress

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About the author
James W. Meyer graduated from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay with a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics. Meyer took his college degree to BMO Harris Bank and has been there for 28 years, currently serving as the community bank president. Meyer finds himself very active in his community serving on multiple boards including, but not limited to, the St. Paul Lutheran Church, ThedaCare Inc., and the Shawano Medical Center. For many years, Meyer took care of his ill parents and after their deaths, decided to write “God Knew.” By his personal journey, Meyer hopes that his story will encourage others who have also lost a loved one.

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