Our Southern Breeze by Daphene Jones
We Once Were Lost... But Now We're Found...

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In Our Southern Breeze, Daphene Jones tells the story about her life as the twin sister of Deborah Hall of "Same Kind of Different as Me". She knew Deborah like no one else could. And the story she tells is like no other story. At the Anaheim Vineyard conference in 1990, God promised to send a southern breeze over Deborah and Daphene. Neither of them could have imagined what that would look like or how many other people would eventually be touched by the promised breeze. This is their story of overcoming even the darkest times of life through redemption, forgiveness, and second chances.

As she shares her heart through this story, her prayer is that God will heal the deep hurts that many are carrying. What she kept hearing as she worked on this book is that God is a God of Second Chances.

About Daphene Jones

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?For over nineteen years Daphene ?DJ? Jones has run DJ Consultants, Inc., a company that focuses on helping overwhelmed clients utilize technology to manage their time and information. Working with Fortune 500 companies, she has gained a reputation for providing simple solutions to improve efficiency and productivity in the workplaceWhenSame Kind of Different As Me was released, many people asked her why she didn?t write her own story about growing up with ?Miss Debbie.? She reviewed the journals she had kept and began to see how much Deborah's life had influenced hers. Mustering up the courage to embark on a new journey, she started the first draft. Her story is about her fight with depression, fear, and attempted suicide, and the amazing way that God gives second chances to His children. This story of learning to live without her beloved twin and of experiencing the amazing restoration of their relationship, along with many others in her family, is sure to inspire. She and her husband, married since 2003, live in Suwanee, Georgia with their precious border collie, Hanna. Daphene enjoys painting, working out, swimming, and spending time with her children and seven grandchildren.
Published December 6, 2011 by Third Chapter Press. 326 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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