The Ocean That Separates Us: Anger Management Tools

Jennifer Jackson (Author)

Product Details

Rhythms of the Soul
Publish Date
October 06, 2020
8.5 X 11.02 X 0.3 inches | 0.01 pounds

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About the Author

Jennifer Jackson is devoted to leading women to Jesus and walking beside them in support of their spiritual journey. She is energized by watching women grow and change into the beautiful design God has prepared for each of them. Jennifer desires to make the spiritually complicated matters of life so simple that anyone can enjoy more intimacy with God, no matter where they start. She loves mentoring women, by helping them discover what God is offering them such as; healing, forgiveness, prayer and freedom. She inspires women to ultimately take His love and encourage others. Jennifer has joyfully served Jesus for the past 28 years. She has led in many staff roles including; international missions, community outreach planner, next generation coordinator, and women's pastor. She excels in developing teams while serving others. Jennifer and her husband Pastor Doyle together with an amazing group of people, revitalized a local church into a growing, life giving community. For this couple nothing is more exciting than teaching God's Word, leading people to Christ and watching them be transformed by His power. Jennifer loves variety! She has spent time living overseas in Israel, on a rural farm setting, and currently in an urban skyline condo in downtown Columbus, Ohio. GO BUCKS! Jennifer learned to thrive anywhere because of Jesus and teaches others how they can thrive too! She loves to make new friends from a multitude of backgrounds and hear their stories. Joy, people and laughter keep her going everyday! After 28 years of marriage to Doyle, they have two grown sons and fabulous daughters-n-love that keep their hearts overflowing with gratitude and pride. She loves to decompress by cooking, going to the art museum and watering her plants. Jennifer Jackson