Nancy Botsford

Nancy Botsford, Author and Co-Founder of Seeds of Love Ministry

Nancy Botsford is the cofounder of Seeds of Love Ministry based just outside of Atlanta, Ga. and the author of “A Day in Hell; Death to Life to Hope”; a book that is healing the hearts and saving souls as readers journey into greater depths of intimacy with the Father with each turn of the page. Nancy shows the power of prayer as evident in her daily life and ministry.

Her passion and zest for life and to save that which is lost for the glory of God is infectious and cannot be ignored. ‘Bold’ and ‘in-tune with the heart of God’ as a modern day prophet are but a few phrase words many have adorned Nancy Botsford with.

Signs wonders and miracles always follow her ministry.

A Day in Hell | Nancy Botsford

Nine-millimeter shots rang out from every direction. The shooter stood on the corner of the cracked concrete sidewalk. He squeezed the trigger of an Uzi machine gun, anger pumping through his veins, spraying bullets into the crowd outside of the building. Matthew was hit from behind, the 9 mm bullet piercing the back of his head, instantly knocking him to the ground… dead.

A Day in Hell is the riveting, true-life account of one man’s descent to the bowels of hell after dying from a gunshot wound to the head in March of 1992, and the true, wholehearted prayer of love by his newly wedded wife.

Matthew survived, waking up twenty-seven days later. Unbeknownst to all those surrounding him, God had pulled him from his cell in hell and said, ‘It’s not your time.’

A Day in Hell is a story flooded with hope and inspiration as this young couple figures out how to plot their new life.

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