“Walking Toward the Light” is a workbook study of Christianity. A good foundation is absolutely essential in this day and age, when the Christian thinking and beliefs are all over the park. Using Biblical references, “Walking Toward the Light” explains in clear and simple language, the answers to many questions that new and veteran Christians ponder.
Topics covered include:
Who Jesus Is
God’s Love For You!
God’s Power … Grace Through Faith
Making It Real
These crucial studies prove to be stimulating and revitalizing, while their life-changing principles stabilize Christian foundational beliefs.
“You have done some great work here. As an evangelist, I am always looking for good material to put into the hands of those who make a decision to follow Jesus. Some of the things we see are either too complicated or too biased. Some are great for young people but too juvenile for adults. Yours, however, is just like Baby Bear’s portage., “just right.” I’m sure this will be a very useable tool for people who want to help others move onward with the Lord. Thank you for this wonderful resource.
Mike Warnke, Evangelist & Christian Comedian
“This work should not be confused with a denominational handbook. Jane has done a good job of keeping free from sectarian or theological bias. The book is Scripture study from start to finish. I am convinced that Walking Toward the Light will become a standard textbook for many churches to use in newcomers class, Sunday school, discipleship programs, or regular Bible study groups.”
David Rodriguez, President
Jane is a licensed belief therapist, and continues in her studies specializing in problems associated with many different aspects of grief. She now has four published books, all of which will impact positive change in your life and in your relationships. Jane has also written and conducts seminars based on her work.
Jane’s dream is to build, open and operate Christian, nutrition-oriented, assisted living facility/ranches. The program will be intergenerational, encompassing both youth and partially disabled adults who need assistance in their daily living, residing at the ranches.