Tuesday, April 30, 2013

A Story to Change Lives

I can't express enough how grateful I am to have been a part of such a great work. Jordan's story is destined to change lives and touch hearts.
Here is what readers are saying about Out of the Closet Into the Light!

"Jordan's life is a testament to all that anyone, no matter where they've been or what they've done, can be made right and whole, and that we have the ability to grow and heal from the challenges we are faced with in this life. "
Rebekah Mohr – manager of Evergreen and coordinator of NewLeaf

Jordan is a beautiful soul, and his story is as troubling as it is triumphant. It is amazing to hear of a person who comes from the darkest reaches of abuse and neglect and, instead of spreading hate and darkness, chooses to spread light and hope. That's what readers of Jordan's book will see--a story of pain, survival, and eventual triumph and hope that shows how the human spirit, with the help of God and good friends, can overcome the most daunting of challenges.”
Josh Weed - LMFT

"This book is touching and keeps you glued to it. I have been glued to my pc upon starting it and have finished it. Jewel you did a wonderful job with this book. With the ever-changing dialog, you do not want to stop reading."
Barbara Gruhl - Goodreads Review

About the book
After living a life of abuse, abandonment and homosexuality, Jordan Jantz made the ultimate choice. Leaving his old life behind, Jordan came to know and understand God's love for him, as well as discover his own part in the eternal plan.
But this book isn't just about his Christian conversion and lifestyle change, it is also about all the things he suffered that helped to bring him to this point. It's about everything he was, everything he is, and everything he is on his way to becoming.
Simply put, this is the story of his journey from the painful, cold darkness into the light.

A portion of the proceeds from Out of the Closet Into the Light will be donated to The Christmas Box International to support abused and neglected children.

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