‘I’m at peace’: How a woman found faith through her near-death experience
Nancy Rynes grew up in a Catholic family, but eventually distanced herself from the church, considering herself an atheist. But, after being struck by a vehicle when riding her bike in 2014, Rynes experienced a near-death phenomenon in which she saw her own body from afar. The event inspired Rynes to reconnect with her spirituality, which she details in her book, “Awakenings from the Light: 12 Life Lessons from a Near Death Experience.” Rynes joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to open up about her new understanding of life.
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