Cindy Barry Strobel, author of What Are Your Treasures, to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

KEMP, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, July 4, 2017 / — There’s always hope no matter how bad your situation is. You just have to trust in the Lord that in God’s time it will resolve itself and you will be able to follow his path and glorify him in all that you do.

Cindy Barry Strobel is the author of What Are Your Treasures? which recounts Cindy’s near-death experience a little over 40 years ago. The book encourages readers to search within themselves to discover their true treasures.

“I hope to give a voice and some insight from myself and others on real life experiences,” says Cindy. “By having Jesus in your life, you can withstand any life event with purpose and support. I want to encourage you to find your own story of Grace to help others in their own life’s struggles and become a treasure in someone else’s life.”

A small town country girl, Cindy had been attending college to be a medical technologist when a relatively minor accident dislodged something in her car that would slowly fill the interior of her car with carbon monoxide. Unbeknownst to Cindy, she was being slowly poisoned with carbon monoxide every time she drove her car.

Over the course of several weeks, Cindy would experience headaches totally unaware of what was causing them. Until one fateful night when everything came to a head. After visiting family in Fort Worth, Cindy passed out in her car just outside her apartment complex.

“Several hours later a volunteer fireman and a security guard noticed a light in the back of the complex,” recalls Cindy. “They thought they were going to find someone smoking but as they got closer they saw the car was backed into the complex. It didn’t seem like anyone was in the car, but when they opened the door, I fell out. They had to run to call an ambulance.”

“While all this was going on I was in heaven with Jesus.”

Though she would survive the experience, Cindy would suffer extensive memory loss. Though she would recover much of her memory, she had to relearn how to do almost everything like she was a child again.

“People have always told me your life is like a book,” recalls Cindy. “I belonged to a church. I decided to write about my time in heaven: what I heard and what I saw. I told my story to the women at my church and their eyes got real big and wide. At the end of my story it got real quiet.”

“The first thing I wrote was the first thing I remembered about Jesus,” recalls Cindy. “As I continued to write, I began to remember other things. I started writing them down. That’s how it evolved into the book.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Cindy Barry Strobel in an interview with Jim Masters on July 6th at 12pm EDT and with Doug Llewelyn on July 13th at 12pm EDT.

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If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on What Are Your Treasures, visit

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Source: EIN Presswire