Monday, January 18, 2016

Giant of a Man



There are people in this world who make it a better place with their presence, people who are always
doing for others and stand up for what is right no matter what. There are also people who rise above their upbringing to become great men and women, capable of raising others up with them, overcoming disabilities and turning them into abilities.
Jordan Jantz is such a person.
He overcame a broken life by turning his life over to God. And now God uses Jordan at every opportunity, taking him to heights he'd never thought to reach.
If you haven't read Out of the closet Into the Light, I encourage you to read it. Jordan's upcoming book, Embraced is about his new life since embracing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jordan's story will truly touch your heart.



About Out of the Closet Into the Light

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.
Get Your Copy Today!
Amazon.com
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The Voices of Hope website features videos and essays on Latter-Day Saints who struggle with same-sex attraction.
Stop by and watch Jordan's video. His testimony of God's unconditional love for each of us will touch your heart.
http://ldsvoicesofhope.org/voice.php?v=51#.UznYq1fLLyA 

 

2 comments:

  1. Jewel, I can't tell you how grateful I am that you are Jordan's honest and true friend, and represent him so truthfully out in the world. You are teaching us all out here in Portland.

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    1. Thanks, Marni! I appreciate you too:-)

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