I am Stephanie Nielson, and I am not my body.

Heaven Is Here: An Incredible Story of Hope, Triumph, and Everyday Joy


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"Stephanie Nielson" with Elizabeth Vargas tells the courageous story of a woman, burned beyond recognition, who, through faith and sheer will, rebuilds her life.

In the cluttered landscape of “mommy blogs,” Stephanie Nielson stood out: a mother of four young children who focused on the joys of motherhood instead of its travails. When she was severely injured in a plane crash, the readers she’d inspired rallied to her aid, determined to help her as she had helped them.

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Motherhood Honoree
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Community Honoree
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Up & Coming Honoree
Rhonda Nicoloff
Business Honoree
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Perseverance Honoree

Excerpted from Heaven is Here, by Stephanie Nielson

Sharing your family stories is part of living life to the fullest. No one knows that more than popular Utah blogger Stephanie Nielson with the NieNie Dialogues.

Stephanie Nielson discusses her love of story and her role at the upcoming Roots Tech Conference.

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Because nearly 80% of Stephanie Nielson’s body was so badly burned, requiring what must be hundreds of surgeries and skin grafts, doctors weren’t sure if her body could handle being pregnant.