Giving my writing “children” back to God in overflowing love and gratitude
Although I haven’t had the privilege of being a mother, Lord God has graciously enabled me to give birth to spiritual creations and launch them into the world for his kingdom purposes. In response, I echo Hannah’s love-filled offering: “I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him. So now I give him to the Lord. For his whole life he will be given over to the Lord” (1 Samuel 1:27-28, NIV).
The timeless message of this beautifully illustrated gift book extends throughout the entire year. Experience a wonder-filled journey to Christmas, Easter and beyond.
If Jesus Christ had not been born, then he could not have died. Without Christ’s atoning death and glorious resurrection, people would be hopeless and eternally lost. Therefore, the significance of Christmas is crucial throughout the entire year.
Travel back into eternity past and listen as God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit have a conversation about giving the greatest gift to all people.
Jennifer Lynn Heck
Jennifer was born with cerebral palsy. That hasn't stopped her from taking many leaps of faith!
From 1993 to 1996, Jennifer made seven tandem skydives. One of her leaps of faith was at 15,000 feet.
She adopted the nickname JJJHeck. It captures both her season of skydiving and her joyful personality. JJJ stands for "Joyous Jumping Jennifer."
Jennifer attended an
evangelism class at her church in the early 2000s, taught by one of the pastors.
He encouraged people to create a mission statement for their lives.
The Holy Spirit led Jennifer to passionately write and live this:
"My mission in life is to break barriers between people and build bridges to God. Everyone needs to know Jesus Christ, grow in their faith and use their God-given gifts for his glory."
Jennifer Lynn Heck A Heavenly Conversation One Night Before Christmas
Jennifer Lynn Heck is a Christian author from Louisville, KY who was born with cerebral palsy. She is the author of the book A Heavenly Conversation One Night Before Christmas, and has written many blogs and articles in The Southeast Outlook for spiritual encouragement and disability ministry.