Life is too serious most of the time. Ministry is almost always too serious. Add in marriage, children, and just being a woman, and we all need more opportunities to chuckle. Two Scoops of Grace is the perfect foil for rising out of the mulligrubs and back into the joy of the Lord!
Girl in the Gatehouse novel by Julie Klassen
No Greater Love novel by Kathi Macias;
Breaking Free Day by Day devotional by Beth Moore
(Use TV announcer voice) And that’s not all! Jeanette is offering Ten free downloads of Two Scoops of Grace at her download contest here. (Contest ends May 10, 2012)
Two Scoops of Grace affords a homey, entertaining peek into Jeanette Levellie’s real-life “Survivor” show, and wisdom gained in times of trial. Levellie’s forty-plus years as a Christian beset with disasters and thirty-plus years as a pastor’s wife provide a springboard to encourage anyone seeking more contentment.Two Scoops of Grace is an inspirational/humorous gift book containing seventy chapters of 650-750 words each, or a total of approximately 50,000 words. Amusing, encouraging, and heart-rending stories of ditzy adventures and hellish nightmares fill the pages. Laugh with the author as she prays for a wife for the lonely new minister and ends up answering her own prayer. Squirm with her as she attempts to answer, “Can preachers have sex on Sundays?” Finally, grow with her as she seeks God’s face and some sanity through all the cow pies and chocolate éclairs of life in the real lane.Each chapter begins with a humorous or touching anecdote from her life. The tone is conversational, putting readers at ease. Jeanette weaves Scripture into the body of the chapters, and ends every story with an insight to apply. A special feature to attract readers is the Two Scoops and a Sprinkle section at the conclusion of each chapter. Here Jeanette shares tips for surviving and thriving in everyday, often messy life.Two Scoops of Grace speaks to the average Christian woman or man needing reassurance of a God who is interested in their hectic, often-frustrating life. They need confidence in their value to God and His kingdom. They longs to laugh more, at themselves and their crazy world. The humorous stories and caring suggestions in Two Scoops of Grace offer courage, hope and contentment.