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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Pocket Books
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Let The Church Say Amen
Reverend Simon Jackson has always felt destined to lead, and he's done a good job of it. But while the good Reverend's been busy tending his flock, his family's gone astray. His nineteen-year-old daughter, Rachel, gives new meaning to "baby mama drama." David, the oldest at twenty-seven, has been spiraling into a life of crime. Blessedly, Jonathan, Simon's beloved middle child, is poised to take his side as associate pastor—or so everybody thinks. At the heart of the Jackson family is Loretta, the Reverend's devoted wife—who’s beginning to realize that enabling him to give more to the church than to their children was a mistake. Will Loretta be able to help her husband reunite their tattered family...before it's too late?
Everybody Say Amen
When her husband hears God's call to become a preacher, Rachel Jackson Adams is distressed—she grew up a preacher's daughter, and knows how difficult life under the microscope can be for a reverend's family. But hot-headed Rachel has toned down her wild ways, and for the sake of her marriage and her two children, she is now the reluctant first lady of Zion Hill. When her son, Jordan, begins fighting at school, Rachel turns to the boy's father, Bobby—Rachel's first love from years ago. Married now himself, there should be nothing between them except their concern for Jordan—so why does seeing Bobby again feel so distractingly tempting? Rachel must listen carefully to discover what God truly wants for her—and decide if Bobby is the lover of her dreams or the devil in disguise.
Say Amen Again
Once again, the spirited Houston congregation featured in ReShonda Tate Billingsley’s Let the Church Say Amen and Everybody Say Amen has a major scandal unfolding and the outspoken Rachel Jackson Adams is at the heart of the hilarious and poignant drama.
mimi1 Stars Out Of 5buyer beware!February 7, 2012mimiQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Readers need to be warned of the explicit content of this book. The language and details of sexual situations is not appropriate for all. I am a little surprised to find this kind of literature at CBD. What I thought was a novel about families and church community turns out to be a lot of confusion that gets worst with every page. I wanted to see things turn around but it's not happening so far. This is not my type of intertainment. When I read the free sample offered I had no idea that this is where it was going. My life is nowhere near perfect but I can't read this without feeling convicted.
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