Talking to God is not something Nicole Gausseron planned on doing. But in a small, simple chapel during the celebration of the Eucharist, Jesus revealed his presence to Nicole and began speaking to her. The first in a series of three books, Believe That I Am Here documents Nicole's conversations with Christ.
Translated from French, this volume is a record of the French-born Gausseron’s first encounter with Christ, and many others encounters kept daily in her “petit cahier”—her little notebook. Devoid of the reverential tone often found in works of piety, Gausseron’s journals read more like Gospel accounts of Jesus’ ministry; episodic, terse, and objective. The value of the notebooks lies in their cogent reminder that Jesus lives and seeks a personal relationship with those who believe in him, and that talking to God can literally change our lives.