Nothing Can Separate Us by Connie Jackson

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It's never easy to work through the anguish of tragedy and find God's grace waiting on the other side. This is the inspirational true story about a mother of six faced with the loss of three children to a rare genetic disease, her struggle to accept the providential hand of God in all things, and how the love of sovereign God ultimately grants victory over the worst of circumstances. It's a story that will touch your heart like no other and will inspire you with a new appreciation of God's tremendous love from which "nothing can separate us."

About Connie Jackson

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Connie Jackson, author of Nothing Can Separate Us, resides in western New York, where she serves as growth director and assistant to the pastor at Bath Centenary United Methodist Church. Between lively visits from her three surviving children and seven grandchildren, she spends her summers tending to her memorial garden and her winters reading and journaling by the wood stove. Family events still tend to be overshadowed by the absence of Karen, Jon, and David, her three children stricken by Batten disease. "They are still very much a part of each of us," she notes. Nothing Can Separate Us, an autobiographical account of this mother's spiritual and emotional struggle with grieving the loss of her children, is Jackson's first book.
Published July 31, 2002 by Green Key Books. 282 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality.

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A Mother's Grief In August, new Christian publisher Green Key Books will launch its first list, which includes the heartbreaking story of a mother's grief at losing three of her six children to a ra

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