Denise Jackson readies new book on faith
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
– Denise Jackson, wife of Alan and author of the best selling "It's About Him: The Love of My Life," will release "The Road Home" on May 13.
In the new installment, Jackson shares her personal journey as a testimony to others. "It's never too late to choose the road that leads to abundant, joyful living," she says. "This is a book that my children can pass along to their children and grandchildren because the life lessons are universal and apply to everyone- young and old."
Jackson tells how she renewed her faith and chose the road that led to joy, peace, fulfillment and adventure. "I wanted to offer my readers the same life changing truths that transformed my life," she said. "They will be able to open any page and find some nugget of truth and inspiration just for them."
In the book, Jackson wrote, "No matter where you are in your journey of faith- whether you're just starting out or feeling completely torn apart by circumstances or just need a fresh reminder of God's amazing love - it is my prayer that these simple lessons I've learned along my journey will give you new confidence in God's power to heal and restore anything that's broken. He has a plan for your life. And all He needs you to do is let Him take the wheel."
The book will be available in some areas late April in time for Mother's Day).
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