Lansing author draws uplifting spiritual insight from personal experience in Christian book
LANSING, Mich. — This week marks the nationwide release of the hardback edition of author James J. Jackson’s enlightening Christian book, “In All Things…Moral Reflections and Decisions on Life Issues: Acknowledging God’s Answers to Daily Challenges.”
Do you sometimes feel as though God has taken a vacation, and common sense has died? In a world that seems to be spinning out of control worse than ever, you may need an anchor to ground yourself in faith and a compass to lead around the many pitfalls you face in life. That anchor and compass is Jesus Christ.
In Jackson’s book, “In All Things…Moral Reflections and Decisions on Life Issues,” the author encourages, entertains and gives the readers the comfort of knowing that they can deal with any of life’s issues if they seek God’s way. It will give them assurance that the Lord will give them the grace to endure anything. Jackson has experienced more adversity than most have endured, but his writings in this book, which are a compilation of published columns, reflect how God guided him and blessed him in spite of all the slings and arrows he faced. Readers will be blessed by these columns, whether they are treading on the lighter side or tackling heavy spiritual issues, as they envelope themselves In All Things…Moral Reflections and Decisions of Life Issues.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Jackson is an internationally syndicated opinion columnist, who also served as a state executive for the state of Michigan for nearly 30 years. He loves to travel and to do missionary and disaster relief work around the world. Jackson, who is an alumnus of Chicago State University, lives in Lansing, Michigan. He and his wife, Donna, have four grown daughters and 12 grandchildren.