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[Jennie is] honest with herself, honest with God, and puts three important questions to the reader. Is God good? Is He enough? Is He worth it?

This book is dripping with gold!

Joe Henegan, Marketing VP
@TheGoodBookUK and @TheGoodBookUSA

If only…

If only I had this. If only that area of my life could get sorted out. Then I’d be content…

We all have those ‘if onlys’ in our lives. Some are low-level niggles, that we putter on without thinking about for the most part. Others are bigger, more serious issues that loom large in the landscapes of our minds.

Jesus claimed that he had come to give us life in all its fullness, but sometimes it just doesn’t seem as if he’s making good on his promise.

In my new book, If Only, which will be hitting the shops on 1 November 2020, I look at this question of how we can find joyful contentment even before our circumstances match up to the vision we have for our lives.

My publisher explains:

Drawing on encouragements from the Bible and the stories of others, this book helps readers to trust in God’s plan for their lives and enjoy true contentment through a genuine conviction that Jesus is better than even our most keenly-felt hopes and longings for this life.

If that sounds like something you or your friends would find helpful, you can pre-order it now, and be among the first to read it in November.

UK: The Good Book Company UK | Amazon
USA: The Good Book Company USA | Amazon
Australia: The Good Book Company AUS 

While you wait, why not have a browse on my blog, or check out my other writing from around the web via the ‘Portfolio‘ tab at the top of the page.

Top posts:

If you’re wondering where to start, I’d suggest these posts – they have been the most popular things I’ve written to date, and give a good overview of my style and subject matter:

~ The Mass Murderer You’ve Never Heard Of

This IS Your Life

Bringing up Baby (Please don’t, says the Government)

How I Made the Hardest Decision of my Life

~ Marriage or Career?

And the all-time runaway favourite, written about the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics:

O Thou Who Changest Not

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